- TripBuzz found 97 things to do with kids in or near Belleville, Illinois, including 85 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like St. Louis, Edwardsville, Collinsville and Fenton.
- From The Edge to Fun Spot Skating Center, the Belleville area offers 68 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, Family Fun Center, History Museums and Parks.
- French for 'Beautiful City,' Belleville is the most popular eastern suburb of St, Louis and is located less than half an hour away from the metropolis. Music is a large part of the culture of Belleville with the 2nd oldest philharmonic orchestra in the country being the Belleville Philharmonic Society. Popular events hosted throughout the year include the Ale Fest, Art on the Square, Oktoberfest, many other cultural events.
The largest outdoor pool in the city is the Laurel Park Pool which is located in one of the city's most popular recreational parks. Within the pool there are two dedicated 25-meter lap lanes, a one-meter diving board, a wading pool just for toddlers, and a large shallow water area.
With 32 lanes to choose from, Cave Springs Bowl provides visitors with a bowling experience that includes automatic scoring and shoe rentals. On Mondays, it features live entertainment from a local musicians and bands.
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4105 N. Cloverleaf Dr., St. Peters, MO 63376 MoreLess Info
Kokomo Joe's Family Fun Center is a locally owned family entertainment center offering a variety of recreational attractions. Visitors will find an arcade, laser tag, glow in the dark miniature golf, bumper cars, go karts, and a snack shop.
67% 6 votes
4105 N Cloverleaf Drive, St. Peters, MO 63376 MoreLess Info
Kokomo Joe's Family Fun Center is a locally owned and operated entertainment center the features mini golf, bumper cars, go karts and laser tag. The center also hosts birthday parties and special events.
93% 29 votes
198 Merchant St., Sainte Genevieve, MO 63670 MoreLess Info
The French-inspired Felix Valle House State Historic Site is locate in Sainte Germaine, Missouri. There are several other homes on the Site, and several are available for tours. This attraction clearly demonstrates the interaction of French and emerging American aesthetics.
The story of New France is put on display at the Bolduc House Museum which covers history of the land controlled by France and Spain before the Louisiana Purchase. Displays include an 18th century French kitchen garden and the vertical log house from 1792.