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Laumeier Sculpture Park

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Top Museum Exhibits This Spring In St. Louis

The top museums in St. Louis are gathering some pretty exciting works for you this spring. These exhibits celebrate everyone from the ancient mound builders of Cahokia to the rum runners of the Jazz Age.

02/24/2014

Katy Trail 3

Free Fall Activities For Families In St. Louis

Here are some family faves for enjoying fall in the Lou. Even better, they’re all free.

10/25/2013

dogwalking

Top Dog Walking Trails In St. Louis

The St. Louis area offers a surprising assortment of trails that welcome dogs and their owners. Get out and enjoy the city with your best friend.

09/06/2013

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County Seeking Loan Requests for Laumeier Sculptures

The late Ernest Trova best known for his “Falling Man” series donated the sculptures to the Laumeier Sculpture Park in suburban St. Louis almost 40 years ago. But over time, some fell into disrepair.

07/27/2013

Summer Hiking

Top Hiking Trails In St. Louis

St. Louis offers a trail for every taste. Here are five very different options that include wildlife, scenic bluffs, river banks, trails for kids and a wooded art walk.

07/27/2013

The City Museum, St. Louis

Top Permanent Exhibits In St. Louis

Some of the best-loved art displays in the city are the permanent ones that we return to view again and again.

07/15/2013

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Top Bizarre Statues Or Public Art In The St. Louis Area

St. Louis has its share of perplexing artistic expression, but on the upside, these pieces always elicit conversation and thought, even if it is only “What was the artist thinking?”

10/01/2012

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Best Places To Take Pictures Of Your Kids In St. Louis

The St. Louis area is known for its wide variety of family-friendly activities and scenic spots. Our list of the best places in St. Louis to have your child’s photo taken

07/02/2012

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Top Iconic Works Of Art In St. Louis

St. Louis was framed by pioneers, polished for the 1904 World’s Fair, and prospered through sports, beer and hearty individualism. These great public works of art embody the gritty heart and history of St. Louis.

05/07/2012