Tag Archives: sledding

Let It Snow in St. Louis

Winter on Art Hill

Isn’t it thrilling when it snows?  There’s plenty to see and do, so don’t let the weather prevent you from enjoying the season in St. Louis. The City Museum is always a unique way to spend your time indoors. Not actually a museum, this wonderland was a shoe factory transformed into an artsy playground in a warehouse of recycled fun for the …

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Monthly Musing by MoTravelGuy: Sledding in Missouri

Sledding on Art Hill, Forest Park in St. Louis. Photo by Daniel Doelling.

At some point in life, maybe around age 25, the thrill of whishing down a hill on a cheap sheet of plastic gives way to considerations of time spent prepping, piling on layers and then de-layering and drying off from time spent sledding. Giving up sledding because you don’t like putting on layers and drying off later? Your 11-year-old self …

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Gen X-ers Share Holiday Memories

Editor’s note: This is the third in a six-part series about MDT staff memories of Gifts of Christmas Past. Check back for future installments. Staffers at the Missouri Division of Tourism recently were asked to share memories of their favorite Gifts from Christmas Past, with the caveat their responses should be: Totally superficial Related to gifts received before age 17 …

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