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03-22-2011, 02:36 PM
Join Date: Jan 2008
Location: St. Louis
Visiting Fans Thread
I figure we can make this to help answer any questions fans from other places have.
Where we play:
Where it is:
Corner of 14th and Clark
Where to park:
Sheraton on 14th:
Union Station on Clark:
How to Get There:
On Interstate 64 East:
Exit on 14th Street, make a left, make a left on Clark.
On Interstate 44 East:
Exit at Jefferson Avenue and proceed north to Chouteau Avenue. Turn right at Chouteau, then left at 18th Street, and follow signs to nearby parking facilities.
On Interstate 55 North:
Take the Downtown Exit to Memorial Drive. From Memorial Drive, turn left at Market Street, then left at Tucker to Clark. At Clark, turn left or right to access area parking. (Turn right at Clark to reach the garage attached to Scottrade Center). Or, follow signs to other nearby parking facilities.
On Interstate 70 East:
Take the Memorial Drive exit to Market Street. Proceed west on Market Street and turn left at Tucker to Clark. At Clark, turn left or right to access area parking. (Turn right at Clark to reach the garage attached to Scottrade Center). Or, follow signs to other nearby parking facilities.
Take I-64 (U.S. 40) westbound to the 9th Street Exit. Turn left on Clark Avenue to access parking facilities along Clark Avenue east of Scottrade Center or proceed six blocks to the garage attached to Scottrade Center. Follow signs to reach other nearby parking facilities. (Illinois guests may also exit I-64 at the 21st Street at Market exit just west of Scottrade Center, then proceed east to Scottrade Center).
Get off on Union Station for Scottrade Center.
Other important stops: Stadium is Busch Stadium, Convention Center is the Edward Jones Dome.
Depending on when you're in town, you might be able to watch a Blues practice, if it's open to the public.
The Blues practice out at an ice rink attached to a mall. It's called the
STL Ice Zone
and is attached to the newly renamed
St. Louis Outlet Malls
. People will still refer to it as 'The Mills'
Where to Eat:
Restaurants around Scottrade Center
St. Louis is also decently well known for having a neighborhood hotspot of Italian food, known locally as "The Hill". Everyone has their own personal favorite, but
here's a list
of some of the restaurants in the neighborhood, which is South of Forest Park. Try the toasted ravioli!
Another famous St. Louis culinary landmark is
Ted Drewes, home of the concrete.
Where to Stay:
Hilton St. Louis at the Ballpark
St. Louis Union Station Marriott
Drury Inn Union Station
Pear Inn Union Station
Sheraton St. Louis City Center
Westin St. Louis
Other things to do in St. Louis:
The Gateway Arch
Free to see museum on the bottom. $10 to go to the top (16+), $5 (3-15)
St. Louis Zoo
Free. It does cost money for some parts of it (Stingray exhibit, train, petting zoo, etc)
St. Louis Art Museum
Free. Some exhibits cost money
Free, some exhibits cost money
$8 (13+), children are free
$12, more to go onto roof. Also costs extra for the aquarium.
Free! (Plus you get to sample beer)
Six Flags St. Louis
$35 if you buy online, $45 once you're there (48"+) $35 for anyone shorter than 4'0". Parking is $15
St. Louis Science Center
Free! Parking is $9, some exhibits cost money.
Other Sports in St. Louis:
St. Louis Cardinals
Available daily at 9:30, 11:00, 12:30, and 2:00 unless there's a home day game during the season. During the offseason, tours are only available at 11:00 and 12:30. Tour tickets are $12.00 for adults and $8 for children.
SLU Basketball (NCAA)
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