The Holidays at St. Louis Union Station
This past summer our family took a road trip to St. Louis, Missouri and explored the historic St. Louis Union Station. We were able to tour the upcoming St. Louis Aquarium at Union Station, the fun restaurants, the gigantic Ferris wheel and more. I am happy to announce that everything is now open or will be officially open in the next upcoming weeks!
The St. Louis Union Station is truly a magical place, but during the holidays they really go all out. If you and your family are looking for a fun and festive long weekend away, plan a trip to celebrate the Holidays at St. Louis Union Station.
There is no better way to get into the Holiday spirit then jumping on a train and heading to the North Pole. What better place to catch a train to the North Pole than at the historic St. Louis Union Station? You will journey to the North Pole where your children will receive a keepsake present.
The Grand Hall at the St. Louis Union Station is gorgeous. Enjoy a delicious meal while interacting with Polar Express characters before jumping on the Polar Express. The Grand Hall is decorated with lights, trees, and holiday treats. You will not want to miss The Polar Express 3-D holiday light and music show that is displayed on the ceiling of the Grand Hall.
The Magical Meal is offered on select nights of the Polar Express rides in buffet style. They offer a buffet for adults and one buffet specifically curated for children.
The magic does not end with just a train ride to the North Pole! Take it a step further and book one of St. Louis Union Station’s hotel packages which include a decorated suite, gifts, tickets and more. Packages vary and sell out quickly, so book soon!
All of your holiday fun does not stop at the Polar Express. Jump on The Wheel at St. Louis Union Station. This Ferris wheel is 200 feet high and is open all year round. Take a ride to the very top and enjoy beautiful views of St. Louis, Missouri. You will not want to miss this iconic ride.
While visiting this summer we had a chance to taste some samples of what would be served at The Soda Fountain and I cannot wait to return to indulge in some delicious sweets and treats. You will want to make sure to grab lunch or dinner at this fun spot while at the St. Louis Union Station.
Not officially open yet, but will be in the next few weeks and we cannot wait! Put on your antler ears or Santa hat and spend your day exploring and getting hands-on at the St. Louis Aquarium. This 120,000 square foot aquarium will offer animal encounters, over 60 sharks and rays, and 13,000 freshwater and aquatic animals.
If you are looking for a unique and magical experience for your family this holiday season, plan your trip to the St. Louis Union Station. Your one-stop place to eat, play, explore and imagine.