8-9 May, 2017 The largest CiviCRM conference in North America

Things to do in STL

Things To Do Near the Conference

  • Craft Alliance Center of Art + Design (https://craftalliance.org/) - a non-profit art center offering contemporary craft exhibitions, classes, free community programs, and a gallery shop featuring the work of national and regional artists.
  • Blueberry Hill (http://blueberryhill.com/) - Longtime pop culture–themed diner with late hours offering American fare & frequent live music.
  • The Tivoli Theatre (https://www.landmarktheatres.com/st-louis/tivoli-theatre) - St. Louis' beloved Tivoli Theatre features the finest in independent film and foreign language cinema.
  • Pin-Up Bowl (http://www.pinupbowl.com/) - Small bowling alley with 8 lanes, plus a retro-style lounge with a full bar, snacks & sandwiches.
  • Saint Louis Art Museum (http://www.slam.org/) - a wonderful art museum with excellent collections of classic and modern art, sculpture, photography, and more. Free.
  • Center of Contemporary Arts (http://www.cocastl.org/) - nationally recognized not-for-profit arts organization whose innovative programs encourage people to see, think and express themselves in new ways.
  • Forest Park (https://www.forestparkforever.org/) - famous for hosting the 1904 World's Fair. It still contains a few buildings from that time plus many other city attractions. Most of the things in Forest Park are free to the public and supported by taxes from city and county.
  • Missouri History Museum (http://www.mohistory.org/) - both permanent and rotating exhibitions about St. Louis, Lewis & Clark, Charles Lindbergh, and more. Free.
  • Missouri Botanical Garden (http://www.missouribotanicalgarden.org/) - one of the finest public gardens in the world, a great place to wander and relax. Kids can also enjoy their enormous outside kids area.
  • Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum (http://www.kemperartmuseum.wustl.edu/) - It is the oldest art museum west of the Mississippi River with a collection formed in large part by acquiring significant works by artists of the time, a legacy that continues today. The Museum contains strong holdings of 19th-, 20th-, and 21st-century European and American paintings, sculptures, prints, installations, and photographs.
  • Moonrise Hotel Bar (http://moonrisehotel.com/rooftop-terrace-bar-at-the-moonrise-hotel/) - The stunning Rooftop Terrace Bar at the Moonrise Hotel offers a dramatic view of the bustling Delmar Loop district & St. Louis skyline.
  • City Museum (http://www.citymuseum.org/) - a few blocks north of the hotel is the City Museum, which was created by a St. Louis artist. It's an old factory rehabbed into a museum and has a crazy tunnel system kids love (and parents fear) a St. Louis architecture exhibit, and many other weird, beautiful, and interesting things. Truly unique and a favorite for kids.
  • St. Louis Zoo (https://www.stlzoo.org/) - one of the best zoos in the country and the first zoo to pioneer open-air enclosures. Contains one of the largest flight cages in the world dating back to the 1904 world's fair. Free.
  • St. Louis Science Center (http://www.slsc.org/) - St. Louis science center and planetarium connect with a bridge over I-64. The Planetarium features exhibits about aviation and space while the science center holds exhibits about dinosaurs, the senses, Omnimax, etc. Free general admission.

Places to Eat Near the Conference