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AN­HEUSER- BUSCH BREW­ERY & BIERGARTEN— Tours of the world-fa­mous brew­ery run the gamut from free to $25 (to­tally worth it). Guests 21 or older may try sam­ples of A-B prod­ucts. Tour hours: M-Sa 10am- 4pm, Su 11:30am- 4pm. Reser­va­tions re­quested. The Biergarten of­fers more than 15 beers on tap, beer flights, brew­mas­ter tast­ings, food and oc­ca­sional live mu­sic, M-Sa 11am-8pm, Su 11am- 6pm. www.bud­weis­er­ I-55 at Ar­se­nal St. and fol­low signs for the Brew­ery Tour, 314.577.2626. Map 4-5H

SOULARD FARMER’S MAR­KET— The corner­stone of the Soulard neigh­bor­hood is one of the old­est pub­lic mar­kets in the U.S. and one of the best free shows in town, at its peak on Sa morn­ing. Open W-F 8am-5pm, Sa 7am-5:30pm. www.soulard­mar­ South of down­town, at Lafayette Ave. and 7th St., 314.622.4180. Map 4- 4I

ST. LOUIS WALK OF FAME— Em­bed­ded in the side­walks of The Loop area along Del­mar Blvd. west of Skinker, the St. Louis Walk of Fame con­sists of brass stars and bronze plaques hon­or­ing more than 100 fa­mous and im­por­tant St. Louisans. In­ductees in­clude Josephine Baker, Yogi Berra, Chuck Berry, Vin­cent Price, Miles Davis, T.S. Eliot, Tina Turner, Bob Costas and Tennessee Wil­liams. www. st­louiswalkof­ Del­mar Blvd., between Kings­land and Skinker, 314.727.7827. MetroLinkDel­mar Loop Map 4-1C

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