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The 7 Most Instagrammable Spots In St Louis

St Louis sits right in the heart of Missouri, along the Mississippi River, and is a wonderful place to come on a trip for a long weekend and take in the sights of the city.

With its great cafes, museums, parks and sights to see and photograph, you certainly aren’t going to be stuck for choice. We’ve rounded up the 7 most Instagrammable spots so as you can just get snapping…

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1. Moonrise Hotel

You’ll probably struggle to find cooler stairs anywhere else in America. ALL of the colours!

 

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2. The Gateway Arch

At just over 630 ft tall, if ever a piece of architecture could define an entire city then this is it.

 

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3. Mural Mile

Mural Mile is the best place in the city for street art, which comes in all styles and sizes. The art is constantly changing and evolving, with some world class pieces of art on show.

 

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4. The Chuck Berry statue

Chuck Berry is a legend around these parts and his statue does him justice with his all-action style on show. Jump in and pretend to sing along.

 

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5. Strange Donuts

This droolworthy spot has been around for years. You’ll want to make sure you go on a diet before a visit but food is a crucial part of every good Instagram feed and these are lit.

 

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6. Clydesdale Horse – Anheuser-Busch Brewery

These famous horses are similar to those that have been appearing in advertisements for generations are here, and you can get a snap with the absolute huge beasts.

 

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7. Citygarden

St Louis’ Citygarden is a lovely space that is part-gardens, part-work or art and part-water playground for the kids when the weather heats up.

 

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