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Visit the City Museum in St. Louis

Hotels near the City Museum in St. Louis provide you with accommodations as you get to know the city. Easily visit the City Museum and additional attractions in the downtown area. Choose the Omni Majestic Hotel for a luxurious stay with spacious guest rooms and modern conveniences. Walk from the hotel to explore the city, then head back to rest comfortable in your quality guest suite.

One of the most unique attractions in St. Louis is the City Museum. Opened in 1997, the museum features a unique playground, a funhouse and pavilion created from industrial objects and materials. Artist Bob Cassilly worked his sculpting magic to create an interesting museum for visitors of all ages. Working with a team of 20 artists, Cassilly was able to construct a museum by using items from the city. The urban oasis provides a unique look at construction cranes, chimneys from years gone by and salvaged bridges.

At the Holiday Inn St. Louis-Downtown Convention Center, you can enjoy a wide variety of amenities on-site. For your dining needs, you will have access to the All-American Sports Bar & Grill. You can also pick up snack items or anything you may have forgotten to pack by visiting the snack and convenience center, open 24-hours for your convenience. For your work day needs, or if you simply want to log online, be sure to visit the new Internet Café, located on-site.

Things to Do

Located in the International Shoe Company, the City Museum is ready to provide a unique urban experience. The 600,000 square foot property allows you to climb around in the unique playground as well as get lost in the urban funhouse. Unique objects with an industrial feel have been used to create walkways and sculptures that instantly catch your eye.

There is much to see and do while you visit the City Museum. You can browse the Museum Shop or take a look at the Architectural Museum. A unique piece of history can be seen at the museum in the vintage shoelace machines that were used in the old Alox Manufacturing Company. For dining, the museum is home to Samwiches, which offers a kid-friendly menu with freshly-made sandwiches as well as brick oven pizzas and tasty desserts. Additional dining options include the Baby Elephant Café and the Roof Top Cantina.

Getting Around

Depending on where you stay in St. Louis, you may be within walking distance to the City Museum. If you are driving in, you will find several parking areas within a short distance from the museum. You can also take the MetroLink to specific stations and visit the museum such as Union Station or the Civic Center Station, walking only a few blocks before you reach the museum.

Additional Info

As a guest at one of the hotels near the City Museum in St. Louis, you will have numerous choices for entertainment. Take time to catch a Cardinals game at Busch Stadium or see the city from great heights at the Arch.