With “The Arch” crossed off our list of things to do in Saint Louis, we boarded the hotel shuttle and spent a good part of our second day at the Saint Louis Science Center. What a phenomenal place–and it’s free to the public!
This building had 3 sprawling floors of fun things to explore and experience–hands on!
Ella played a harp with lasers for strings.
We sat in on a little electricity lab and Ella dared to touch the plasma ball.
Pretty impressive automated dinosaur display.
Fun with mirrors:
We spent some time in the Life Science Lab.
Experimenting with visible DNA.
Another shot taken by the kids 🙂
We had hoped to eat at a good St. Louis BBQ place, but everything was either closed (it was a Sunday) or sold out, so our shuttle took us to a huge eatery near Busch Stadium, where the Cardinals play, and we ate at Cardinal Nation. Here we are catching a glimpse of the stadium.
We may need to venture back to St. Louis before too long. It’s a pretty cool city with a lot more to discover than we had time for.