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Summerstage Inc is an amateur thespian organization which began conducting theatrical performances in 1981. The group currently operates out of a seventy seat theater and presents five programs per year, including dramas, comedies and musicals.
The Granite City Ice Skate Rink is a wonderful way for the youth and community to unite and do something active. The rink is the home of MVCHA Granite City Warriors Hockey Team as well as many other hockey clubs.
Guests can host full service birthday parties at Stoppkotte's Super Skate. The facility consists of a classic wood skate floor, a game room, and a full snack bar as well as designated skate times for those who are just learning.
In operation since 1984, Funtown USA has loads of experience in family fun. The facility offers inline and traditional skating, public skate times, adult roller hockey leagues, and full service birthday parties, of course.
The Tri-City Speedway is a dirt track oval that regularly features automobile racing across a variety of classes and vehicle types, from midgets to sprint cars. The track has large seating areas, an infield, and allows camping in designated areas.
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999 North 2nd Street, Lumiere Place Casino, St. Louis, MO 63102 MoreLess Info
St. Louis Fun Trolley Tours features a narrated 75 to 90 minute tour of St. Louis aboard an air-conditioned trolley with bells, brass rails and cushioned seats. Visitors will see over a dozen of the city's famous landmarks.
The former home of Robert Campbell, the Campbell House Museum was built in 1851. The museum has furniture, clothing, letters, paintings and other items that belonged to the Campbell family when they lived there between 1854 and 1938.