Falstaff Brewery Wagon, South Broadway, St Louis, Missouri in circa Photo: Missouri History Museum
Busch Stadium and the Gateway Arch, 21 September Give him something special for his man cave with a historical print of Busch Stadium from the Missouri History Museum's photos and prints collection.
Festival Hall and Cascades waterfall at the 1904 World's Fair in St.
Northeast corner of Twelfth Street and Allen Avenue.
My home away from home for 1 year. Louis Arena, dubbed the Checkerdome when Ralston Purina bought the building and the St. Louis Blues hockey club in is shown here during a May visit by presidential candidate Ronald Reagan.
The Admiral , how you could spend the day on the Mississippi River
Uhrig's Cave beer garden. (1870) St. Louis has been in the brewing business for 200 years. Neighborhood breweries sprung up across the city throughout the 19th century. Before refrigeration, ice from the Mississippi River was placed in the caves to provide the constant cool temperatures needed to brew and store beer. Since beer was most often distributed by horse-drawn wagons, the early breweries tended to serve a neighborhood clientele via the local saloons and taverns. Missouri History…
View of Union Station from Eighteenth and Market Streets. Sanders, Missouri History Museum Photographs and Prints Collection.
The Eads Bridge under construction It is a combined road and railway bridge over the Mississippi River at St.