Most tours in St. Louis, Missouri are conducted by tour guides who speak English and Chinese. However, there are also tours available with guides who can converse in Spanish, Italian, German, French, Hebrew, Portuguese and more. To find out which languages are available for a particular tour, check the “Additional Notes” section of the tour page.
The Saint Louis Museum of Art offers free interactive tours and art-making programs for groups and community organizations. Summer Artful Adventures, formerly known as Summer Youth SMart, is a free art program offered to community groups and summer camps in St. Louis. This 75-minute program includes an artistic activity and an interactive tour and is designed for groups of 10 to 30 people with students from 5 to 12 years old in mind.
Programs can be adapted to other ages with prior notice. The best time to visit St. Louis is during the summer months when the city is alive with festivals and events. Popular hotels include the Chase Park Plaza in the center of the West End, the Moonrise Hotel in the Loop or the Ignacio Hotel in Grand Center.
St. Louis is best known for its largest brewery, Anheuser-Busch, which can be visited almost every day for free.