Living and Working in St. Louis, MO.What’s the best part about living in St. Louis? Ask someone here, and they’ll probably tell you St. Louis is a small-town big city. St. Louis has the opportunities, amenities and excitement of a big city, but the attitude and welcoming feel of a small town. All of these perks coupled with a low cost of living, and a great balance of comfort and excitement is why more than 50,000 people move to St. Louis every year.
St. Louis Attractions
- Missouri Botanical Gardens
- St. Louis Zoo
- St. Louis Art Museum
- St. Louis Science Center
- Six Flags
- The Gateway Arch Riverfront
- Forest Park
- Anheuser Busch
- Laumeier Sculpture Park
- The Muny
- City Museum
- The Loop
St. Louis Sports Attractions
- St. Louis Blues Hockey at Scottrade Center
- St. Louis Cardinals Baseball at Busch Stadium
- St. Louis Rams Football
St. Louis Fun Facts
- St. Louis hosted the World’s Fair in 1904 where both iced tea and ice cream cones were introduced to the world.
- The Arch is the tallest national monument in the U.S. at 630 feet.
- Forbes magazine ranked St. Louis No. 4 on its "Most Affordable Places To Live Well" list.
- Chuck Berry performs in St. Louis, typically once per month.
- St. Louis' Forest Park is larger than New York City’s Central Park.