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Is it really a good thing to be the Best Kept Secret in St. Louis? Recently we hosted an Engagement Party "Bahama Style" at the Seven Gables Inn Courtyard and therefore we invited all the Bride's... (Mitch and Kathy Moran)

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Around Town

St. Louis Attractions Near Seven Gables InnWhether you are visiting for business or pleasure, St. Louis has so much to offer. During your stay, we encourage you to visit some of our top attractions and enjoy our great restaurants and shops.  Some of our favorite stops include:

Check out what’s happening in St. Louis during your visit:

Popular Attractions

  • Clayton Business and Entertainment District
    The city of Clayton is one of St. Louis’ nicest suburbs with great restaurants, lively bars, and quaint boutiques and galleries. It is also home to hundreds of business, from Fortune 500 companies to small, independent firms. The lovely Shaw Park offers walking trails, tennis, swimming and a seasonal ice rink.
  • St. Louis Galleria
    It’s time to make a trip to Saint Louis Galleria for the best in shopping, entertainment and dining! Whether you enjoy a relaxing dinner at one of the mall’s restaurants or spend the day shopping at all your favorite stores, Saint Louis Galleria offers a complete entertainment experience.
  • St. Louis Zoo
    Features 90 acres and over 800 species in historic Forest Park… and it’s FREE.
  • St. Louis Art Museum
    One of the nation’s leading comprehensive art museums, containing more than 30,000 works of art. Free admission.
  • Missouri History Museum
    Offers historical exhibits about
    St. Louis and Missouri.
  • St. Louis Science Center
    Interactive, educational center with exhibits, OMNIMAX Theater, a food court and more.
  • Anheuser Busch Brewery
    Beer brewery offering tours, tasting’s and the world-famous Clydesdales.
  • Gateway Arch
    This 630-foot stainless steel
    monument offers great views
    from the observation tower.

Sports

Parks

  • Forest Park
    Forest Park, officially opened to the public on June 24, 1876, is one of the largest urban parks in the United States. At 1,293 acres, it is approximately 500 acres larger than Central Park in New York and offers numerous free attractions and a lovely walking path.
  • Shaw Park
    Clayton’s luxuriously landscaped 16-acre playground features swimming pools,
    an ice rink and tennis courts.
  • Missouri Botanical Gardens
    Open every day of the year except Christmas, the MBG is one of America’s finest botanical gardens. It is the home of a formal 10-acre Japanese garden that offers a place of deep serenity for visitors with its gently shifting vistas, its lakes, waterfalls, and Zen-style gardens.

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