The three “B’s” are integral to the culture of St. Louis — home of America’s best blues music, a grand brewing tradition and the century-old tradition of Cardinals baseball.
Take your group on this tour to soak up the pleasures of St. Louis’ favorite pastimes.
Busch Stadium tours: The St. Louis Cardinals are the most successful National League team in history with 11 World Series championships and 19 National League pennants. The St. Louis Cardinals offer tours of the ballpark daily. The hourlong tours include: a party room, the Redbird Club, the press box, the Cardinals Club, the Cardinals dugout and other unique areas.
Ballpark Village: Ballpark Village is a new seven-city-block, 10-acre entertainment plaza. Highlights include Cardinals Nation — a venue that combines a Cardinals-themed restaurant, rooftop deck with views inside the stadium and the St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame and Museum. Budweiser Brewhouse features a beer garden and displays on St. Louis’ brewing history. Ballpark Village Live Marketplace offers a lively sports-centric audiovisual experience.
St. Louis Cardinals baseball game: Take the group to the ballgame with Busch Stadium group tickets. Groups of 25 or more receive discounted tickets, a personal scoreboard message, souvenir scoreboard photo and options for specialty seating areas that include dinner and ballpark snacks.
Anheuser-Busch brewery tour: Founded in St. Louis, the historic brewing complex has ultimately become the world’s largest brewer. During a tour, groups see how the company’s products are brewed. Groups also visit the famous Budweiser Clydesdales that have pulled the beer company’s ceremonial hitches since the end of Prohibition. Tour guests taste product samples and can attend brewmaster tastings in the Biergarten.
BB’s Jazz, Blues and Soups and Broadway Oyster Bar: Two of St. Louis’ most popular blues music clubs are just steps away from Busch Stadium. BB’s and the Broadway Oyster Bar are known for amazing food (St. Louis’ blend of Southern, Cajun and Creole), as well as great music.
National Blues Museum: Don’t forget the grand opening of the new National Blues Museum, scheduled for spring of 2016 in downtown St. Louis.
St. Louis Convention & Visitors Commission