St. Louis day trips are a great way to explore the city of St. Louis, as well as find ways to explore the areas just outside St. Louis. St. Louis day trips can include tours of the city itself or even day trips from St. Louis to other areas near the city of St. Louis. Two of the most popular types of St. Louis day trips include St. Louis fishing trips and St. Louis brewery tours.
One of the popular types of day trips from St. Louis is a trip to historic St. Charles. Day trips from St. Louis to historic St. Charles are a great way to explore some of the past of Missouri and learn more about the history of the state and the area. Shopping along Main Street in St. Charles or a trip to the Ameristar Casino in St. Charles are both popular ways to spend the day.
St. Louis fishing trips are another popular way to spend the day in and around St. Louis. St. Louis fishing trips are best enjoyed and most popular along the Mississippi River. Although many fishing enthusiasts choose to take their own boat out for a St. Louis fishing trip, it is also possible to book a private tour of the Mississippi River for a St. Louis fishing trip. A St. Louis fishing trip is an excellent way to spend a day or even a weekend in the city of St. Louis.
Another popular type of St. Louis day trips are St. Louis brewery tours. The famous Anheuser Busch brewing company has its world headquarters in St. Louis, and there are tours available daily at the brewery. To enjoy St. Louis brewery tours to the fullest, try and schedule your trip to the brewery during a busy tourist time. This is because although tours are available daily, they are cancelled if there aren’t enough people to conduct a full tour. Tours are conducted frequently, though, so there is almost never a long wait to take St. Louis brewery tours.
Many guests of St. Louis also plan St. Louis day trips into the Missouri wine country. Missouri wine country is found in a district just west of the city of St. Louis, and the area is actually America’s first official wine district. The Mount Pleasant Winery, KATY Trail and Historic Boonesfield Village are all popular attractions in Missouri’s wine country. Boonesfield Village is the historic village where Daniel Boone once lived, and of course the surrounding wineries are great for wine tasting tours. Day tours in the city itself can include trips to the St. Louis Zoo, the Missouri Botanical Gardens and the Gateway Arch.