Local Area Overview
Saint Louis Science Center - As you enter the Science Center, a robotic life-sized T-Rex greets your family at the door. For some children, the exhibit increases their interest in the prehistoric area while for others, it heightens their enthusiasm to see what else there is inside to explore. Future archeologists or not, experience it all with our Saint Louis Science Center package.
The Gateway Arch - Take a trip 630 feet in the air to the top of the Gateway Arch for a memorable experience you will never forget. Once your feet are firmly planted back on the ground, there’s more to explore on the Gateway Arch grounds with our Gateway Arch Experience VIP Package.
Six Flags Over Mid-America/ Hurricane Harbor - The ‘coasters at Six Flags St. Louis aren’t something to take lightly. With names like Ninja, Pandemonium and the Screamin’ Eagle, you know you’re in for some wild rides. Then head on over to Hurricane Harbor for some equally wild entertainment, but only if you are brave enough to face the Tornado, Big Kahuna and Wahoo Racer.
City Museum - Nowhere else in St. Louis will you find adults crawling on their bellies with joy. The City Museum’s complex Enchanted Cave system allows both children and adults to discover the magic of clean, exotic jungle gyms. It also features poetry readings and has two ultra-hip bars that usually end up jam packed on weekend nights.
Saint Louis Zoo - Drury always likes to give a special shout-out to the Saint Louis Zoo because, like our many excellent amenities, it’s free! That’s right, for $0.00 you can watch an ape use a blade of grass as a toothpick, walk through an underwater tunnel with sea lions swimming above or experience the River's Edge for a close up look at the Zoo's elephants and rhinos. Plus, there's even more to explore with the Zoo Family Package.
Busch Stadium - Besides the distinction of growing some of the most lush Kentucky blue grass in Missouri, Busch Stadium is where the St. Louis Cardinals became the first team in almost 100 years to win a World Series Championship in the inaugural season of a new ballpark (2006). So the next time the Cardinals are in town, take your seat, chow down a Hunter hotdog, crack open a Budweiser or Coca-Cola product and check out the athletic competition on the field.