Things to do in Saint Louis over spring break


Connor Niebruegge

Live events and fun places to go during spring break right in Saint Louis

Ryan Moore, Editor-in-Chief

Live Events

1. March Madness The March Madness Tournament is coming to Saint Louis with gamesat the Enterprise Center on March 19 and 21.

2. XFL Battlehawks Game The Battlehawks take on the Los Angles Wildcats on Saturday the 21st at home at 4 PM. Tickets for their seventh game can be bought on the XFL website.

3. Gaberial Inglais Comedy Show Gaberial Inglais is one of America’s most successful stand-up comedians performing to sold-out concerts around the world. He will be at the Stifel Theater March 13th.

4. Zac Brown Band Concert The Zac Brown Band has 16 singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs and 55 award nominations. They come to the Saint Louis Enterprise Center March 12th at 7 PM as apart of their Owl Tour.

5. Fox Theater There are shows all throughout the week at the Fabulous Fox including Disney Dance Upon a Dream March 14th and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory March 16th. Tickets can be bought on

Fun Places to Go

6. The Arch The Arch renovation has been a large topic of conversation for many Saint Louisians and it is now completed. The city has renovated 100 acres of park space, added 46,000 square feet of museum space, and build a land-bridge over Interstate 44.

7. Union Station Saint Louis has reinvented Union Station with many attractions such as The Saint Louis Aquarium, The Saint Louis Wheel, Soda Fountain restaurant, among many other new attractions.

8. Forest Park Forest Park is the ultimate destination for a day of fun with so many attractions all in one area including The Zoo, which is ranked sixth in the world and second in the nation (TripAdvisor) and it is free, The Science Center, The Muny, the Boathouse, and the Art and History Museums.

9. City Museum The City Museum is an old warehouse overfilling with purposed objects and art creating a fun experience for kids of all ages. With attractions such as secret tunnels, the 10 story slide, an aquarium, and so much more it is easy to see why this one of the most popular attractions in Saint Louis.

10. The Loop The Loop is home to 140 specialty shops, 60 multi-national restaurants, 10 galleries, 40 boutiques/gift shops, and 12 entertainment venues. This includes places like Fitz’s Root beer, The Baked Bear, Blueberry Hill, The Moonrise Hotel, Vintage Vinyl, and the Pageant. In 2017, The Loop was selected for the “Best Cool Street” (Thrillist).