- The list below includes 203 free or cheap things to do in or near St. Louis, Missouri, including 71 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, Specialty Museums, Parks and Historic Sites.
- From Forest Park to City Garden, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in St. Louis and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Florissant, Edwardsville, Ballwin and St. Charles.
A Greek Revival Mansion, the Chatillon-DeMenil Mansion was built in 1849 and expanded in 1863. The museum contains several exhibits and artifacts, including the 1904 World's Fair Collection and a mysterious painting that is believed to be of Henri Chatillon.
Founded in 1879, the Saint Louis Art Museum is a museum that displays a large variety of artwork from many times and cultures. Collections at the museum include African-American, European, Islamic, Ancient, and Modern Art, among many others.
A children's museum, The Magic House has a variety of interactive exhibits. Favorites include an electrically charged ball that makes children's hair stand on end and the Children's Village, where kids can service a car, climb a treehouse, and more.
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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.