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One of the best things about St. Louis is that there are so many free things to do! Here is a list of completely free activities in St. Louis.

St. Louis Zoo – as one of the nation’s best zoos, the St. Louis Zoo boasts over 700 species, including several species of penguins in one of the newest exhibits, Penguin and Puffin Coast. Best of all, admission is completely free.

Forest Park – a 1,293 acre park in the city, Forest Park has plenty of green space for kids to run around. Or have a picnic or ride bikes down the bike path. Forest Park is home to many attractions, such as the St. Louis Zoo (free), Art Museum (free), Science Center (free), History Museum (free), and more.

Art Museum – Located in Forest Park, the Museum houses featured exhibits and rotating exhibits and has free admission.

Citygarden – An oasis in the middle of downtown, the St Louis Citygarden has tons of sculptures and fountains, all open for climbing on and running through. The main fountain has 6 ft colored sprays of water that kids will be sure to love running through.

St Louis Science Center – Voted one of the nation’s top Science Centers, check out the huge Dinosaur exhibition, hands-on experiments, the two-story Planetarium and much more. General admission is free.

Anheuser Busch Brewery Tour – Tour the brewery, see the famous Clydesdales and sample beer, all for free!

St Louis Union Station – Walk around this historic train station, now filled with over 80 shops and restaurants. Check their event calendar for free events.

Delmar Loop – Voted one of the best streets in America, this 6 block area is filled with tons unique shops and restaurants. The Loop is also home to many free street events, so check out their calendar of events.

Fairs & Festivals – St Louis is home to tons of free fairs throughout the year, from Mardi Gras to the Fourth of July Fair to Oktoberfest.

Missouri History Museum – Founded in 1866, the museum includes local and national artifacts, including, Louisiana Purchase and Charles Lindbergh artifacts, and more. Check out their calendar for events such as storytelling, theatre performances, genealogy programs, and arts and crafts workshops.