Things to Do in St. Louis: June 2018

Free Things to do in St. Louis in June

It is summer and there is an abundance of free things to do in St. Louis!

I think we sometimes forget how lucky we are to have so many free attractions in St. Louis.

Here are a few things to do in St. Louis in June

Things to do in St. Louis with animals

  • Duh, St. Louis Zoo is an amazing choice 🙂
  • Grants Farm is an absolute blast.
  • Suson Park for farm animals.
  • The World Bird Sanctuary.
  • Purina Farms.
  • Lone Elk Park.

Things to do in St. Louis with Music

If you’re like me, you love music.  Anytime I have the opportunity to listen to live music, it peaks my interest!

  • Check out the Wednesday concerts at the Botanical Garden from May 27 until July 29.
  • The Children’s Concert Series in Tower Grove Park on Wednesdays starting June 6 at 9:30 a.m. at the Piper Palm House.
  • Music on Main Street in St. Charles every third Wednesday evening throughout the summer.
  • The Jungle Boogie Concert Series Fridays at the Zoo from May 22 to August 28.
  • The Compton Heights Concert Band on Sundays and Mondays in Tower Grove Park from June 28 until August 3.
  • The Starlight Concert Series at Heman Park on Mondays from June through August.

That’s just a sampling check the Riverfront Times for even more free things to do in St. Louis.

Hit up the local Museums and Tours in St. Louis

Museums and tours anyone?

  • Art Museum
  • History Museum
  • Pulitzer Museum and the Science Center are all free.
  • New museum under the arch
  • Anheuser Busch Brewery tours (I had to fit them in somewhere).
  • Jewel Box
  • Botanical Gardens are free before noon on Saturdays to city and county residents with proof of address.
  • Magic House is free on the third Friday of the month from 5:30-9:30.
  • You can also get a tour of the Chocolate, Chocolate, Chocolate factory. Who knew?
  • Check out the Central Library’s recent renovation, it is stunning and while you are downtown walk through City Garden.
  • Get a bit more adventuresome and head east to Cahokia Mounds, I admit it is still on my To Do List.
  • National Great Rivers Museum next to Melvin Price Locks and Dams in Alton, IL. You can tour those as well. All free!!!

Just a few ideas to get the summer adventures going whether you are playing with or without kids St. Louis truly has a great deal to offer.