2018 OFFICIAL ST. LOUIS VISITORS GUIDE NOW AVAILABLE Highlights Include Opening of Loop Trolley, Renovated Gateway Arch Grounds

11 Jan

2018 OFFICIAL ST. LOUIS VISITORS GUIDE NOW AVAILABLE Highlights Include Opening of Loop Trolley, Renovated Gateway Arch Grounds  

Explore St. Louis is pleased to announce the release of the 2018 Official St. Louis Visitors Guide, a convenient and informative full-color publication filled with the latest information on planning an excellent and exciting St. Louis adventure. 
 
Featuring the new Loop Trolley on the cover, this glossy 104-page magazine offers a variety of suggestions on outstanding places to eat, shop, play and stay in St. Louis and across the region. 
 
Inside this convenient and eye-catching guide are feature stories as well as timely information on what’s new in St. Louis for 2018 including: 
 
 Gateway Arch grounds. Reimaged just for you, the Arch project transformation will be completed in July but locals and visitors alike are discovering there is much to enjoy right now. Check out the guide’s two-page map on the new Gateway Arch grounds. 
 
 The Loop Trolley. Opening this year, vintage-style cars glide along a 2.2 mile fixed route between The Loop and Forest Park.  
 
 Sunken Cities: Egypt’s Lost Worlds.  On March 25, the Saint Louis Art Museum will become the first North American art museum to tell the epic story of one of the greatest finds in the history of underwater archaeology. This exhibit runs through September 9.  
 
 Destination Moon: The Apollo 11 Mission. This incredible exhibit lands at the Saint Louis Science Center April 14 and stays until September 3
 
Other guide highlights include articles on unforgettable attractions you’ll only find here, the many urban trails in the region, and an itinerary on gay-friendly, fun-filled St. Louis. In addition, there are stories on local artisans and handcrafting, family activities to explore year-round and St. Louis signature foods. The 2018 Visitors Guide also contains a colorful map on the museums of St. Louis, a calendar of events, insider tips, other maps, help on navigating the city, an abundance of listings and charts.  
  
Approximately 350,000 copies of the magazine have been printed and are distributed across the country. Visitors can view the digital version of the guide at explorestlouis.com or pick up a copy at one of Explore St. Louis’ visitor centers located throughout the area, at the Old Courthouse, America’s Center convention complex, and at the Dennis and Judith Jones Visitor & Education Center in Forest Park. There are two additional centers at St. Louis Lambert International Airport, located by the baggage claim area on the lower levels of Terminal 1 and 2. 
 
About Explore St. Louis Explore St. Louis is the driving force behind St. Louis’ $5 billion convention and tourism industry, the official destination marketing organization of St. Louis City and County and operator of the America’s Center Convention Complex.  

 

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