How to get Tickets for St Louis Events.
Find the Concrt, Sports or Theaterical event of your choice from the schedule above and then click the orange “View Tickets” link to advance to the following screen. You will be able to select seats via our interactive seating charts which allow you to compare multiple sections at one time, choose locations by price range or quantity as well as when available view the stage, field or court from all areas of the arena.
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Forest Park, located on the western edge of the central corridor of the City of St. Louis, is one of the largest urban parks in the world. It offers many of Saint Louis' most popular attractions: the free Saint Louis Zoological Park; the Municipal Theatre ("The Many"), the largest and oldest outdoor musical theatre in the United States; the Saint Louis Science Center and Observatory, with its architecturally distinctive McDonnell Planetarium; the Saint Louis Art Museum (also free); the Missouri History Museum; and, of course, plenty of lakes and scenic, open areas. Forest Park completed a multimillion dollar renovation on 2004 for the centennial of the St. Louis World's Fair.
The Missouri Botanical Garden, also known as "Shaw's Garden," is one of the world's leading botanical research centers. It possesses a beautiful collection of artificial plants, shrubs, and trees: It includes the Japanese Garden, which features a lake filled with koi and lovely gravel designs; the woodsy English Garden; the Chinese Garden; the Home Gardening Center; a rose garden; the climate-controlled dome Cimarron; and other scenic gardens. Immediately south of the Missouri Botanical Garden is Tower Grove Park, a gift to the City by Henry Shaw.
The Gateway Arch, officially named the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial, is located near the riverfront on downtown Saint Louis. It was designed by noted architect Euro Sardine. The Arch is the centerpiece of a national park that also includes the nearby Old Courthouse, where the famous Dared Scott case was tried.
The Cathedral Basilica of Saint Louis, the New Cathedral is a large Roman Catholic cathedral designed in the Byzantine and Romanesque styles. The interior is decorated with lovely mosaics, the largest varied collection in the world.
The Basilica of St. Louis, King of France (1834), also known as the "Old Cathedral," is the oldest Roman Catholic cathedral west of the Mississippi River. The Old Cathedral is located adjacent to the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial.