Discover St Louis

Relocating to a new city can be both exciting and stressful. We at Gladys Manion are in the business of helping to make that transition an enjoyable one. We pride ourselves on personal service and take care of every detail no matter how overwhelming it may seem. We know you will enjoy living in our beautiful city, The Gateway To The West, and look forward to sharing our knowledge of everything the Metropolitan St. Louis Area has to offer.

Spend a day in St. Louis by visiting The Art Museum, History Museum, Zoo, The Muny, Jewel Box, play Golf, Tennis or simply Have a Picnic, all in the 450 Acre gem of our city, Forest Park. Also, part of our rich musical heritage, The Fox Theater, The St. Louis Symphony, St. Louis Jazz Bistro and The Peabody. Looking for professional sports? See the St. Louis Cardinals run the bases at Busch Stadium or the St. Louis Blues skate for goal at the Scottrade Center. St. Louis has a dedicated fan base that makes for lively and exciting games.

Gladys Manion will help you discover the many St. Louis neighborhoods we serve:

Clayton, Ladue, Brentwood, Richmond Heights, University CIty, Frontenac, Huntleigh, Creve Coeur, Town and Country, Webster Groves, Kirkwood and the Central West End.

Please refer to our Moving Checklist for more information about how to make your move as smooth as possible or contact our relocation department to receive additional information.

Museums


Saint Louis Art Museum

Founded in 1879 and offering one of the finest comprehensive art collections in the country, with over 30,000 works of art. The Art Museum is located in Forest Park and sets atop a picturesque hill that all St. Louisans know is the best spot for sledding after a fresh snow. Free Admission

Photograph courtesy St. Louis Art Museum








Missouri History Museum - 314.746.4599

Experience history! Located in the Jefferson Memorial Building, built to honor Thomas Jefferson, the museum features state-of-the-art exhibitions including a replica of Charles Lindbergh’s Spirit of St. Louis and a tribute to the 1904 World’s Fair. Free Admission








City Museum - 314.231.2489

Housed in the 600,000 square foot former International Shoe Company, City Museum offers World Aquarium; MonstroCity, The World¹s Largest Jungle Gym; five-story AND ten-story spiral slides in the Shoe Shafts; the Enchanted Caves; Everyday Circus, and the Cabin Inn. But wait! There¹s more! The seasonal Rooftop Garden features a working 1940¹s Ferris Wheel, more giant slides, the skipping fountains, and the best panoramic view of St. Louis atop the giant dome.During the summer City Museum is open 7 days a week. Mon-Thurs 9am-5pm, Fri-Sat 9am-1am, and Sun 11am-5pm.City Museum 701 North 15th Street St. Louis MO 63103

Photograph courtesy of City Museum








Theatre


The Muny - 314.361.1900

“One essential truth has remained about the nation’s oldest and largest outdoor theatre; the story of St. Louis – and of St. Louisans. It is about the countless individuals who have contributed their time, money, and talent to make this magical place a truly unique American experience.”








The Fox Theater - 314.534.1111


Since 1982, more than 15 million people have passed through the brass doors of the Fox to see Broadway shows, Las Vegas performers, top pop, rock, and comedy concert acts, country superstars, dance, family productions, gospel plays, and classic movies; and to attend tours, seminars, private parties, weddings, graduations and proms. The Fabulous Fox prides itself on providing St. Louis audiences with the best of everything and something for everyone!

Photograph courtesy of Chris Caldwell








Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra- 314.534.1700


Founded in 1866, SLSO is recognized internationally as an ensemble of the highest caliber, performing a broad musical repertoire with skill and spirit. Powell Symphony Hall is one of world’s finest concert halls.

Photograph Powell Auditorium courtesy of Alise O’Brien








Attractions


The Science Center- 314.289.4400


Founded in 1866, SLSO is recognized internationally as an ensemble of the highest caliber, performing a broad musical repertoire with skill and spirit. Powell Symphony Hall is one of world’s finest concert halls.

Photograph courtesy St. Louis Science Center








The Saint Louis Zoo- 314.781.0900


Rated one of the nation’s top zoos and home to more than 11,000 exotic animals. Enjoy habitats like Big Cat Country, Jungle of the Apes and the chilly Penguin and Puffin Coast. Up close and personal contact with nature’s beauty in the Children’s Zoo. Free admission.

Snow Leopard photograph courtesy of Ray Meibaum , St. Louis Zoo








The Magic House - 314.822.8900

Located in the charming community of Kirkwood, this museum is hands on fun for all ages. Experience the joy of learning through creativity, experimentation and magic.

Photograph courtesy of The Magic House








The Gateway Arch - 877.982.1410

Come inside our nation’s tallest monument and ride the tram to the top for view of St. Louis that is second to none. After the ride, tour the Museum of Westward Expansion and visit the giant 4-story screen to follow the lives of this country’s pioneers as they make their way west.








The Butterfly House- 636.530.0076

A tropical conservatory with more than 1,000 butterflies, located in Faust Park, Chesterfield.

Photograph courtesy of Mark Deering, Sophia M. Sachs Butterfly House








Missouri Botanical Garden - 314.577.5100

Created by Henry Shaw and inspired by the gardens of his native England. A National Historic Landmark. Visit the stunning Climatron® conservatory and the 14-acre Japanese Garden and the Cherbonnier English Woodland Garden.

Photograph courtesy Missouri Botanical Garden








Forest Park- 314.367.7275

Forest Park


Winner of the 2016 Best City Park by USA Today, Forest Park is the 6th most visited urban park in the U.S. With over 1,371 acres, 45,000 trees and 13-million annual visitors– this St. Louis Park offers something for everyone. Home to five major destinations including the Saint Louis Art Museum, the Saint Louis Science Center, the Missouri History Museum, The Muny and the well-known St. Louis Zoo.

Photo courtesy of Todd Owyoung








Anheuser Busch Brewery - 314.577.2626

A St. Louis tradition, visit the historic Budweiser Clydesdale stable, Beechwood Lager Cellars, historic Brew House and Bevo Packaging Facility. See how the country’s finest beer is made and sample a variety of brews, including seasonal brands and new products.








Sports


St. Louis Blues – NHL - 314.622.5400

Scottrade Center

Named for St. Louis’ rich history of Blues singers and shown by the Blue Note on the team jersey, this team provides hard hitting excitement throughout the winter months.





Cardinals Baseball - MLB- 314-421-3060

In 2006, the Cardinals became the first team in almost 100 years to win a World Series Championship in the inaugural season of a new ballpark. Experience the excitement of Busch Stadium and the best baseball fans in the country!