Located in the downtown Shrewsbury Historic district, this 15,000 square-foot mall offers a whole range of goods, among them artworks, antiques, baseball cards, Beanie Babies and autographed sports items. Whether you are looking for an elegant, Victorian-style piece or something more rustic, you can find a perfect piece of furniture for the home or office from one of the more than 150 dealers.
Situated in the heart of St. Louis within minutes of Lambert International Airport and several hotels, this center houses 165 stores, more than 50 of which are exclusive to St. Louis. From children's clothing to specialty goods, from snacks and delicious sweets to greeting cards and custom-made teddy bears, there will be something here for everyone. Shop in the finest stores and relax while dining in the Atrium Dining Court or one of several other restaurants. Going to the Galleria is as much an adventure as it is a shopping experience.
Walk into this bookstore and feast your eyes on an inventory of more than 100,000 books. The store buys and sells rare and used books in excellent condition from all genres. It is conveniently located near the University, various attractions and many fine hotels as well as interstates and shuttles. Shop for a gift or an old book for yourself, or sell those old books that have been collecting dust since before you were born. This shop, rich with personality, is a must-visit for book lovers.
The history of this market goes back to 1779, when a bunch of people got together to sell and buy produce and other products and to socialize. A couple of hundred years later, the market is still bringing together people from diverse backgrounds. The unique collection of goods found at the market includes live fowls, fruits and vegetables, freshly made donuts, choice cuts of meat, spices and other tempting treats. The prices are competitive with, if not better than, those at supermarkets, but it is the interaction between locals and visitors that creates the ambience of this market.
Locals and visitors gather in crowds to shop, dine and have fun in the Loop, a six-block area in the center of St. Louis filled with dozens of businesses. This historic landmark in the university area is convenient to Lambert International Airport, Forest Park, MetroLink, the Washington University and more. Parking space is plentiful for those planning on shopping or staying in the area awhile. Shop at places like Tantrum and Faru Gallery, dine at Blueberry Hill or the Melting Pot. Or take in a movie at the Tivoli Theater.
This non-smoking mall is the only in the area that houses all four of the region's major shops-Barr, JCPenney, Dillard's and Sears. Since its opening in 1976, the Chesterfield Mall has undergone major expansions. Presently, it has more than 1.5 million square feet of shopping space. It is convenient to the interstates and is the weekend hangout for the area's teens.
Northwest Plaza is the largest mall in North St. Louis County. There are several stores for apparel, electronics, shoes, fine jewelry and athletic gear. The Plaza has five department stores-Dillard's and Sears. If all your shopping makes you hungry, stop off at the food court or one of the several restaurants (Italian, Mexican and American are among the choices). A movie theater and an arcade with a miniature golf course will keep you entertained, too. Northwest Plaza is less than a mile away from Lambert Airport.
Westport Plaza is home to 15 restaurants, any of which would make a great place to go out for lunch or dinner. The plaza is busiest on weekday afternoons, when businesspeople come here for lunch. There are also several entertainment venues, including a comedy club, dance clubs, bars and a movie theater. Westport Plaza is predominantly an outside mall with several office towers and a concrete walkway lit by streetlamps. There are two Sheraton Hotels, plus a copy center and two tax centers.
West County Center is in a great location in the middle of West County, but it is not as large as other malls in St. Louis. There are two department stores, Famous Barr and JCPenney, along with a children's museum, six restaurants and more than 50 specialty stores. This mall is popular with families and kids. There are areas in which to sit and lounge on benches in the center of the mall and next to fountains.
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Plaza Frontenac is home to some of St. Louis' better clothing stores, with everything from business casual attire to the finest name-brand suits on hand. Shops include Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue, plus a number of men's and women's apparel stores and household goods stores. Plaza Frontenac has two levels, all-wood flooring and a lounge area with leather chairs. After shopping, you can enjoy an independent film at the movie theater.
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Mary Ann Lee Conservation Carousel (St. Louis Zoo)
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