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City Museum

City Museum

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lat: 38.6336397 long: -90.2004253

This “all-ages architectural playground” is an innovative and engaging experience in the heart of St. Louis.  Inside City Museum, you’ll find “weirdly wonderful” exploration spaces, covering four floors and a rooftop, featuring art installations, attractions, and collections.  Once the site of a shoe warehouse, City Museum is built around a series of spiral chutes which are now used as slides in most installations.  There are many unique attractions within the museum, spanning from a 1940 Ferris Wheel to the World’s Largest Pencil.  Visit the “caves” that meander through the center of the museum and spot mythical creatures along your journey.  There are even giant tree trunks and slides that have spread from the first floor all the way through the second and third stories.  Another popular attraction is the Skateless Park, a collection of slides and ramps that are perfect for family fun.  Don’t miss the eclectic and exciting City Museum!

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