Vacation on A Budget
Popular belief dictates that it is impossible to take a trip to the Midwest and not spend huge sums of money. This isn’t entirely true because there are many places you could visit and pay little or no money. St Louis has a few of those, from parks to museums and historical landmarks, you can still enjoy your tour of the city and not spend ridiculous amounts of money. Here are a few destinations you should consider. See more here.
The City Garden is a beautiful set of gardens and art sculptures and is found in downtown St. Louis. It is always great to take a nice, strolling walk through this area on a beautiful spring day. No admission fee is required, and there are several splash pad areas and fun water areas that kids can play in. Read about Unique Landmarks in St Louis Worth A Check here.
Missouri Botanical Garden
The Missouri Botanical Garden in St. Louis was founded in 1859 and is a National Historic Landmark today, as well as being a center for science, conservation, education, and horticultural display. The garden is so beautiful that it is widely considered as one of the top three botanical gardens worldwide. It features seventy-nine acres of horticultural displays, including indoor conservatories and demonstration, formal and international gardens.