An eclectic collection of art, industrial objects, science, and simply put, a little bit of everything and a lot of weird, the City Museum makes for a quirky stop like none you’ve likely happened upon elsewhere.
As we got out of the Lyft, we skipped passed the sea serpent fence and right passed the entrance into the garage area. Oops. Backtracking to a giant sign reading “Entrance,” we walked in to colorful, zany landscapes and really cool architectural endeavors. There are caverns and passageways, a ten-story slide (which is accessed via a spiral staircase) and plenty of adventurous paths to follow.
When the server at the hotel restaurant asked us our plans for the day, and I said “The city museum!” He very seriously said “be sure to stick close to the kids. It’s very easy to get lost there.” I had NO idea how right he was. I filled out a bracelet for each kid with my cell phone number (which indicated to me that it was a completely common occurrence to
St. Louis Aquarium
St. Louis Zoo