MUSEUMS & ATTRACTIONS
The Missouri History Museum celebrates The Muny's 100th season in Forest Park.
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 10 am- 4 pm, Su 11:30 am- 4 pm. Reservations requested. The Biergarten offers more than 15 beers on tap, beer flights, brewmaster tastings, food and occasional live music, M-Sa 11 am-8 pm, Su 11 am- 6 pm. www.budweisertours.com. I-55 at Arsenal St. and follow signs for the Brewery Tour, 314.577.2626. Map 4-5H
FOX THEATRE TOURS— Restored 1929 movie palace, which is on the National Register of Historic Places, seats 4,500 in an unrelentingly opulent interior of Moorish, Asian and Indian influences. Tours (1-1/2 hours) Tu, Th and Sa at 10:30 am. Tours $10 adults, $8 students/seniors. Reservations required for groups of 20 or more. www.fabulousfox.com/ visit/tours. 527 N. Grand Blvd., in Grand Center 314.657.5068. Map 4-2G
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.soulardmarket.com. 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 and Tennessee Williams. www.stlouiswalkoffame.org. Delmar Blvd., between Kingsland and Skinker, 314.727.7827. MetroLink-Delmar Loop Map 4-1C