- TripBuzz found 194 things to do with kids in or near St. Charles, Missouri, including 176 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like St. Louis, Florissant, Chesterfield and Ballwin.
- From Demolition Ball to The Family Arena, the St. Charles area offers 69 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, Parks, Historic Sites and Hiking Trails.
- Located on the Missouri River, on the eastern end of the Katy Trail, is the city of St. Charles. A popular area for outdoor recreation, the city offers expansive walking and hiking trails, boating and fishing, and natural parks. The city's historic district in town offers a wide selection of dining, shopping and spas.
Enjoy the small town theatre atmosphere in Fairview Heights, Illinois, complete with friendly staff and affordable tickets. Big screens and comfortable seating make for a fantastic viewing experience, complete with tasty concessions and popular titles.
Offering second-run feature films, St Clair 10 Cine provides 10 auditoriums with digital projection and all stadium seating. The theater offers a snack bar with food and drinks, arcade games and private event hosting.
Screenvision is a cinema advertising service that offers innovative strategies for marketing in partnership with movie theaters. Screenvision does spots, slide shows, digital preshow advertising, lobby advertising, and many other approaches to cinema marketing.
An indoor entertainment complex and party place for kids, Monkey Joes features a wide variety of games, amusements, and attractions. It features play areas with slides, bounce houses, ball pits, and similar amenities.
A family run horse facility, Liberty Prairie Farms provides quality care for horses. Also for horse enthusiasts, the farm offers both horseback riding lessons and training in horse handling. Other services include saddle fitting, boarding and horse leasing.
Featuring exhibits focused upon the history of the community and the Illinois workforce, Labor & Industry Museum is located in the city of Belleville. Some of the displays include memorabilia from the cast-iron stove, glass making and brewing industries.