14 More Ways to Explore St. Louis Virtually
Explore St. Louis virtually as we continue to show support for our city’s Attractions safely from home.
As St. Louis Attractions face ongoing challenges regarding re-opening and implementing new safety procedures, we will stand in solidarity with them and keep the extra love coming their way. Explore St. Louis virtually and stay strong!
How do you support attractions while at home? Share it with us on Facebook and Instagram!
- Some fans are sending snail mail to encourage their favorite attractions while they remain closed, like this heartfelt letter mailed to Raging Rivers Water Park in Grafton, IL.
- Take a 360-degree virtual tour of Panoramas of the City, hosted by the Missouri History Museum.
- Make homemade Play Dough in this #MagicAtHome lesson from the Magic House, St. Louis Children’s Museum!
- Learn how to make your own Ballpark Nachos with the Gateway Grizzlies!
- Download a free version of “Learn to Read & Write Chess” from the World Chess Hall of Fame. It’s a perfect workbook for beginners of all ages!
- Tune into the St. Louis Aquarium at Union Station on Facebook Live to watch exclusive tours and access fun lessons like “Weird and Gross” facts about aquatic life.
- The St. Louis Wheel at Union Station explains why different colors are chosen to light up the Wheel night after night on their Facebook page!
- Visit www.archapparel.com to order a “We Will Float On” Fitz’s T-Shirt and all the profits will be donated to the Gateway Resilience Fund to support #STL small businesses and employees.
- Enjoy these beautiful views of Forest Park Forever from above!
- Order take home options online for Mother’s Day from restaurants in this list created by Explore St. Louis.
- Piece together Maryland Heights in this virtual puzzle!
- Watch live concerts from the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra on their YouTube channel.
- Tune into Live Cast Parties hosted by The Muny every Monday night at 7 PM!
- Calling all young playwrights! Submit a play in the WiseWrite Digital Play Festival from the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis.
Stay tuned for the latest attractions-related news on our blog.