St. Louis Information

State Information

Missouri Home Page: The Missouri Government Web.

Missouri Division of Tourism: Missouri has to offer travelers–fun, excitement, relaxation, scenic beauty, and much, much more.

St. Louis Regional Information

City of St. Louis Missouri: Known as the Gateway to the West and symbolized by the 630-foot-tall stainless steel Gateway Arch, the City of St. Louis sits squarely in the center of the country.

St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission: Plan a getaway vacation, organize a group tour or family reunion and get information on St. Louis’ meeting, convention and hotel facilities.

St. Louis Regional Commerce and Growth Association: The RCGA is the chamber of commerce and economic development organization for the bi-state St. Louis region.

School Information

Missouri Schools: Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.

Washington University in St. Louis: An independent university known internationally for excellence in teaching and research and for the quality of its faculty and student body. Founded in 1853 as a nondenominational community of scholars, the University ranks among the nation�s leaders in higher education.

St. Louis University: The first university west of the Mississippi River – but we’re also on the cutting edge of today’s teaching, research, health care and technology.

University of Missouri – St. Louis: The largest university in St. Louis, the third largest university in the state of Missouri, and the largest supplier of university educated employees in greater St. Louis.

St. Louis Community College: The largest community college system in Missouri and one of the largest in the United States. Three campuses, Florissant Valley, Forest Park and Meramec.

Fontbonne University

Lindenwood University

Logan University

Maryville University

MO Baptist University

Webster University

Arts and Entertainment

Jefferson National Expansion Memorial: AKA – The Gateway Arch.

The St. Louis Art Museum: Ranks among the country’s top ten museums in attendance, with an average of 500,000 visitors annually.

St. Louis History Museum

St. Louis Symphony Orchestra: Founded in 1880 and is the second oldest symphony orchestra in the United States.

The Municipal Theater (The Muny) of St. Louis: A permanent outdoor theater in Forest Park, sitting on the grounds where the 1904 World’s Fair took place.

The Fabulous Fox Theater: The Fabulous Fox offers a dazzling array of talent and entertainment twelve months a year.

Opera Theater of St. Louis: Produces opera in a fresh and very American style, sung by outstanding young artists in a small theater where audiences and critics alike have come to expect sophisticated and musically impeccable productions.

Missouri Botanical Garden: The Garden’s grounds present a wide variety of outstanding thematic gardens, including the Climatron(sm), the world’s first geodesic dome greenhouse, and the largest Japanese Garden in North America.

St. Louis Science Center: Serves as a bridge between scientist and layperson, encouraging an understanding of ecology and the environment, humanity, technology and the space sciences and how each interrelates.

The St. Louis Zoo: Historically a leader in natural exhibits, today an active participant in wildlife conservation, the Saint Louis Zoo is always a great place to be.

St. Louis Walk of Fame: Founded in 1988 to provide a showcase for the cultural heritage of St. Louis and to advance the knowledge, awareness and appreciation of great St. Louisans and their accomplishments.

St. Louis County Parks & Recreation

St. Louis Sports

St. Louis Cardinals: Baseball in St. Louis.

St. Louis Blues: Hockey in St. Louis.

St. Louis AMBUSH: The official Ambush Soccer Web page.

St. Louis Billikens


Lambert-St. Louis International Airport: Lambert is on the move! One of the fastest growing airports in the world.

MetroLink: St. Louis area’s network of light rail service.

POST net: St. Louis Post-Dispatch newspaper.

TV Guide: Find your favorite show.

Weather: Check out the weather in your town.

Webster Gateway: Accessing various dictionary services on the Internet