Come Celebrate Raja’s 20th Birthday with activities at Rivers Edge and the Lakeside Cafe.
Calendar of Events
December 27, 2012
November 23, 2012
Come experience a St. Louis tradition with the U.S. Bank Wild Lights Display at the St. Louis Zoo. Wild Light nights feature children’s activities, fireside storytelling, and live entertainment! Visit www.stlzoo.org for more information
November 21, 2012
Now in its eighth year, the annual Gardenland Express Holiday Flower and Train Show delights visitors of all ages with G-scale trains of many eras traveling along 800 feet of track through a miniature holiday landscape made up of festive decorations and thousands of fresh plants, accented by beautiful poinsettias and flowers
November 17, 2012
Zootini is the fall martini party fundraiser hosted by the Young Zoo Friends and featuring live entertainment, specialty martinis and hors d’ oeuvres. Please contact the zoo direct for more information – www.stlzoo.org
October 27, 2012
Mummies and Daddies are invited to bring their little ghouls and goblins to a day of free and safe trick-or-treating along the Pumpkin trail! Families encounter surprises and goodies along the way, as well as favorite costumed characters, clowns and entertainment!
October 13, 2012
October 6, 2012
Ever wondered why leaves change color in the fall? Explore this and many other plant topics with the Life Science Lab staff in our celebration of all things botanical. Learn about the secret life of plants, and make a flower to take home!
October 5, 2012
More than 120 Missouri food producers and craftsmen offer specialty foods, baked goods, fresh and dried flowers, herbs, handcrafted items, baskets, custom jewelry and much more. Live music, cooking demonstrations by master chefs, and a Kids’ Corner with cow milking, pumpkin decorating and barnyard animals.
$12 adults (ages 13–64)
$10 seniors (ages 65+)
$5 children (ages 12 & under)
$5 Garden members
Free members’ children (ages 12 & under)
September 1, 2012
Celebrating the history, culture, and people of Japan, the Japanese Festival at the Missouri Botanical Garden is one of the largest and oldest festivals of its kind in the United States.
BYOB – Bring your own water bottle to the Japanese Festival and help us to reduce the amount of plastic bottles used during the event. Sustainable choices save water, energy, and money.
$15 Admission (ages 13–64)
$10 Seniors (ages 65+)
$5 Children (ages 3–12)
$5 Garden members (free for members’ children 3–12)