100 Things to Do in St. Louis During Spring Break

Union Station by night

Spring break is upon us! Sticking around St. Louis and looking for ideas to pass the time? We’ve put together 100 ideas that do just that! Enjoy!


Outdoor Activities

  • Spend the morning at Faust Park! Enjoy a walk around the historical village, explore the inside of the Butterfly House, take a spin on the St. Louis Carousel, and enjoy a picnic lunch.
  • Explore the sunken garden and look for turtles at Oak Knoll Park.
  • Spend the day in Grafton. Enjoy lunch at the Loading Dock and then take the skylift to Aerie’s Resort and try out the Alpine Coaster. 
  • Explore new heights at Ryze Adventure Park in Maryland Heights.
  • Rent paddle-boats at the Boathouse and then a delicious lunch after you’ve worked up an appetite.
  • Soar to new heights at GoApe’s adventure ropes course.


Putt putt at Union Station





Play time at Play Street Museum




Crown Candy Kitchen


  • Grab lunch at Blue’s City Deli and take a stroll in Soulard. 
  • Treat your group to steak fajitas (and margaritas for mom!) at Arzola’s in Benton Park. Trust us when we say they’re good.
  • Enjoy an early and affordable happy hour at Five Star Burgers in Clayton and then pop next door at Sweet Boutique or Happy Up for a little spring break gift.
  • After a morning at the Zoo or in Forest Park, grab a burger at Mac’s Local Eats for lunch on your way home.
  • Enjoy mommy and me high tea at the London Tea Room.
  • Decorate your own cookies or cupcakes at Sweetology.
  • Have lunch at Crown Candy Kitchen – get the killer BLT and finish off with a killer sundae.
  • Head to Mission Taco Joint in Kirkwood or St. Charles for tacos and arcade games.
  • Cherokee street dinner and dessert (churros from Diana’s Bakery).
  • Try a tasty and unique treat from the new Twisted Rolls Chimney Cakes in Ballwin.
  • Enjoy a concrete at Ted Drewes.
  • Satisfy your sweet tooth with a donut from Old Town Donuts in Florissant (the absolute best).
  • Have breakfast, lunch, or brunch at The Shack! Not only do they have crowns for the kids, they can also grab a sharpie and autograph the walls!
  • Dine at Fitz’s craft soda microbrewery! As good as the food is, save room for dessert! Their giant root beer floats are a must!
  • 9 Mile Garden has something for everyone with their variety of food trucks and family-friendly atmosphere!
  • The Parkmoor Drive-in is the epitome of family-friendly. Save room for one of their yummy Snoballs!
  • For those toasted ravioli cravings, visit Farotto’s Pasta and Pizzeria.
  • Blueberry Hill is in the Loop is a fun place for all! They have video games, pin ball, darts, and a Photo Booth to capture those family moments!
  • Try some delicious BBQ at Bogart’s or Pappy’s Smokehouse, you can’t go wrong with either!


Sights to See


Busch Stadium Tours



Shopping | Pampering



Overnight Adventures | Day Trip Excursions


Feeding the chickens at Sunflower Hill Farm



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