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The “Sunken Cities: Egypt’s Lost Worlds” exhibit recently made its North American debut at the Saint Louis Art Museum. Visitors see ancient Egyptian artifacts from two cities that, until the last...
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After a five-year renovation and a boost to national park status, it’s time to party at the St. Louis Gateway Arch.
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The world has changed, but a summer night at the drive-in has not. Thank goodness.
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Whether you prefer them sparkling, on the rocks or sunny with an island twist, these shores keep it fresh in the Midwest, hundreds of miles from the salty sea.
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Let that famous Gateway Arch be your portal to a city of proud neighborhoods, where all the amenities of a big metropolitan area—museums, restaurants, concerts, parks and sports—are incredibly easy...
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Winter doldrums have a cure: Out with the cold, in with the hues! If you need the remedy, hop in the driver’s seat and follow the sun to any of these 12 fabulous garden centers.
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Friendly boutiques (and their drool-worthy goods) make it easy to buy local in the Midwest.
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Outdoor enthusiasts and history buffs will find plenty to do on a getaway to the Arcadia Valley, an hour and a half south of St. Louis.
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Kids (and parents) will love riding roller coasters at Silver Dollar City, riding the rails on Branson Scenic Railway and rocketing down 245-foot water slides at White Water Branson.
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At these 7 Midwest museums and memorials, learn more about the men and women who served our country.

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