St. Louis Travel Guide

Visit these highlights in St. Louis, home to the Exorcist House.


Activities
City Museum
At this one-of-a-kind museum that seems like a work of art in itself, both kids and adults alike will find something that captures their imagination. Don’t miss the cross from The Exorcist on the 3rd floor.
  • 701 North 15th Street
  • St. Louis, MO 63103 US

City Museum

At this one-of-a-kind museum that seems like a work of art in itself, both kids and adults alike will find something that captures their imagination. Don’t miss the cross from The Exorcist on the 3rd floor.
701 North 15th Street St. Louis, MO, US
Riordan Tours
Explore the oldest parts of St. Louis with a walking haunted history tour that will take you by the sites of the Great St. Louis Fire, the city’s cholera epidemic and the house that inspired The Exorcist.
  • 721 N 2nd St
  • St. Louis, MO 63122 US

Riordan Tours

Explore the oldest parts of St. Louis with a walking haunted history tour that will take you by the sites of the Great St. Louis Fire, the city’s cholera epidemic and the house that inspired The Exorcist.
721 N 2nd St St. Louis, MO, US

Hotels
Chase Park Plaza Hotel
This luxurious landmark recently underwent a renovation, which included the addition of a 5-screen cinema. Don’t miss the heated outdoor pool, surrounded by carved stone porticos, fountains and a fireplace.
  • 212 North Kingshighway Boulevard
  • St. Louis, MO 63108 US

Chase Park Plaza Hotel

This luxurious landmark recently underwent a renovation, which included the addition of a 5-screen cinema. Don’t miss the heated outdoor pool, surrounded by carved stone porticos, fountains and a fireplace.
212 North Kingshighway Boulevard St. Louis, MO, US
Phone: +1 314-633-1000

Restaurants & Bars
Sugarfire Smoke House
St. Louis is known for its own style of barbecue, and Sugarfire does it right. But you won’t just find delicious ribs here, they also have burgers and vegetarian options.
  • 9200 Olive Boulevard
  • Olivette, MO 63132 US

Sugarfire Smoke House

St. Louis is known for its own style of barbecue, and Sugarfire does it right. But you won’t just find delicious ribs here, they also have burgers and vegetarian options.
9200 Olive Boulevard Olivette, MO, US
Ted Drewes Frozen Custard
Serving some of the best frozen custard in town, Ted Drewes has been a tradition in St. Louis since 1931. And at Christmastime, you can also buy a quality tree here.
  • 6726 Chippewa Street
  • St. Louis, MO 63109 US

Ted Drewes Frozen Custard

Serving some of the best frozen custard in town, Ted Drewes has been a tradition in St. Louis since 1931. And at Christmastime, you can also buy a quality tree here.
6726 Chippewa Street St. Louis, MO, US
Dressel’s Public House
This Welsh gastropub serves comforting dishes with a foodie twist, including homemade chips with rarebit and truffle grilled cheese on brioche.
  • 419 North Euclid Avenue
  • St. Louis, MO 63108 US

Dressel’s Public House

This Welsh gastropub serves comforting dishes with a foodie twist, including homemade chips with rarebit and truffle grilled cheese on brioche.
419 North Euclid Avenue St. Louis, MO, US
Phone: +1 314-361-1060

Transportation
Lambert-St. Louis International Airport
Just 11 miles from downtown, Lambert is full of history. Not only was the airfield where President Theodore Roosevelt took off as the first president to ride in an airplane, but it was also the site of first experimental parachute jump in the world.
  • 10701 Lambert International Boulevard
  • St. Louis, MO 63145 US

Lambert-St. Louis International Airport

Just 11 miles from downtown, Lambert is full of history. Not only was the airfield where President Theodore Roosevelt took off as the first president to ride in an airplane, but it was also the site of first experimental parachute jump in the world.
10701 Lambert International Boulevard St. Louis, MO, US

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