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St. Louis City Museum

Listed under Museums in St. Louis, United States.

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The St. Louis City Museum, true to its motto, is a place where visitors can allow their imaginations to run wild. There is no limit to amount of time you could spend wandering through this 600,000 square-foot warehouse in downtown St. Louis.

Made from primarily recycled and reclaimed materials, the City Museum takes visitors through the belly of a whale, into the deepest and darkest crevices of a cave, and under the treetops of a rainforest. Express your creative side in Art City, or check out the World’s Largest Pencil. Check out the second-floor aquarium, or view a live circus show.

Opportunities for exploration are endless, and this favourite St. Louis attraction is a sure hit for anyone who is a child at heart.

St. Louis City Museum website.

Written by  Alex Witt.

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