Discover the best top things to do in Lake Saint Louis, United States including Purina Farms, Sachs Butterfly House, The Historic Daniel Boone Home at Lindenwood Park, Frank Lloyd Wright House in Ebsworth Park, St. Charles Historic District, Castlewood State Park, Montelle Winery, World Bird Sanctuary, Grafton Zipline Adventures, Endangered Wolf Center.
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4.5 based on 183 reviews
Consider Purina Farms your personal pet place! Located on more than 300 acres of rolling hills right outside of St. Louis, Purina Farms, home to the Visitor Center and the Purina Event Center, offers guests of all ages an opportunity to get up close and personal with barnyard animals and performing pets at the Visitor Center as well as distinguished purebred dogs and pedigreed cats at the Purina Event Center. The Visitor Center also features a hayloft play area, cow-milking demonstrations, tractor-drawn wagon rides, a gift shop, concession stand and exciting canine performances. Admission and parking are FREE unless when noted. Every day at Purina Farms is a celebration of the bond between people and pets. Discover it all with your family at Purina Farms!
Afghan hound club of America national speciality was held here 2017. Conformation was outside and hot for dogs and humans. I think inside would have been better. Obedience, Rally and agility all inside. Great facility. Coursing field also great.Thank you for the great review! We would love to host your Club inside the Purina Event Center next time.
5 based on 384 reviews
Butterfly exhibit promoting an understanding of the nature through the world of insects.
The morpho madness event is the time to go! Beautiful bright blue butterflies everywhere! definitely hot in there even in February so dress accordingly.
My only negative is that I wish there were more exhibits or learning stations for children.
Staff/volunteers do a great job. You can tell the truly appreciate the butterflies!
4.5 based on 134 reviews
The Historic Daniel Boone Home at Lindenwood Park features the home of the legendary hero Daniel Boone and his family. The four-story, Georgian style home was built in the 1800's overlooking the Femme Osage Valley. The home, even by today's standards, is still considered large. The village, located behind the home, is comprised of over a dozen 19th century buildings including the Old Peace Chapel, grist mill, schoolhouse, and carpenter's shop. Together these buildings help visitors understand life on the Missouri frontier. As a county park, visitors are welcome to walk around the grounds at their leisure. Guided tours are available of the Boone Home and/or village. Group tours and school group programs available with reservations. Not all buildings are handicap accessible. The Old Peace Chapel is available to rent for weddings and private services. The enhanced shelter is also available for evening rentals.
We weren't certain what to expect, but we left very pleased. For a informational tour about Boone, one needs to go on another day; however, to enjoy A Halloween environment based around the 1700s and 1800s, this was a pleasure. Murder ballads, ghost tales, and staff that were dressed in period pieces made the night a fun time for the boys!
4.5 based on 143 reviews
Well preserved excellent example of FLW Usonian, especially impressive collection of furniture and textiles. Hidden gem, but worth the trip
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Historic District St. Charles: 16 blocks of shopping, dining and lodging in historic, restored structures on the banks of the Missouri River. Settlement dates to 1769.
Went to visit my cousin Dan Baddock who is the owner of Lewis and Clark restaurant in the Saint Charles historic district. We got there early and walked around to see the many beautiful shops. Later in the day Dan took us and introduced us to a few of the shop owners. Lovely day spent eating, drinking wine, and shopping. Also, a lovely River Walk in the park.
4.5 based on 178 reviews
In the early 1900s, the area that’s now Castlewood State Park was a popular retreat for partying St. Louisans. The dance clubs are gone, but the winding Meramec River and the lush valley that surrounds it remain. The park has hiking and mountain biking trails that range from those great for first-time riders to ones that even the most experienced will return to time after time. The park is considered one of the best mountain biking locations in the St. Louis area. Good fishing, broad meadows filled with wildlife, and plenty of recreational facilities make the park a favorite for people who want an adventure or just to get away.
Castlewood has really good hiking and biking trails with some great bluff overlooks. Not many "improvements" so the park is pretty much set up for hiking or river wading. It does have one playground for the kids.
4.5 based on 272 reviews
Montelle Winery has commanding views and a huge deck from which to enjoy them. We ordered a couple of sandwiches and enjoyed a pleasant lunch on the deck. The sandwiches were large and delicious and were served with potato chips. Unfortunately, a number of bees were very interested in our sandwiches. We had been sitting at the edge of the deck, so we moved away and were able to finish our lunch in peace. Wine tastings are 5 samples for $5, including a souvenir wine glass.
4.5 based on 165 reviews
Very interesting and worthwhile. This place is doing a good job with injured birds. I spoke with one of the workers, they were going to send two baby cranes back to a preserve in a couple of weeks. I would go back to see the educational program they have.
5 based on 71 reviews
Came here with a group of co-workers for a "team-building" exercise. The guides were very capable and friendly. A few of the runs were longer than I expected and had terrific views, with top speeds approaching 40MPH. Definitely something to do if you are looking for something different.
5 based on 140 reviews
Reservations are required for all tours and easily made by phone or online. Public tours at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Private tours Wednesday through Sunday. Check our online calendar or call for availability of public and private tours, wolf howls and other evening events. The Endangered Wolf Center's mission is "To preserve and protect Mexican wolves red wolves and other wild canid species, with purpose and passion, through carefully managed breeding, reintroduction and inspiring education programs."
Even though Mother Nature had different plans, we took the tour in the cold rain. It was absolutely cool. The wolves were very active, and the two tour guides were amazing. From Cub Scout Pack 473 at Forder a Elementary School in South County, we...MoreThank you so much for visiting our center, even in the cold rain! So glad the wolves were still so peppy despite the weather and that your pack was able to enjoy it! Come out and see us again sometime!
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