Here in the St. Louis area, we're lucky to have some truly amazing hiking trails right in our backyard. Of course, summer in St. Louis can get a little toasty, which is why this is a great time of year to hit the trail bright and early!
After all, there may be no better way to start your day than with a brisk sunrise hike. Our real estate agents are excited to share some of their favorite early morning hiking trails in the St. Louis area.
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The Missouri Botanical Garden is easily one of the top-ranked gardens of its kind in the United States, and our real estate agents never tire of exploring this unique place. With spring finally here now is a great time to plan your visit!
Founded in 1859, the Missouri Botanical Garden is our nation's oldest continuously operated botanical garden and one of the largest. The herbarium at the Missouri Botanical Garden includes more than 6.6 million specimens, second only to the New York Botanical Garden.
The Missouri Botanical Garden is conveniently located on Shaw Boulevard in St. Louis, so be sure to pay it a visit while you're looking at St Louis homes for sale. These are some of the highlights of the garden:
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If chess had a "greatest hits" collection, this would be it. Our real estate agents will be among the fans celebrating Mind, Art, Experience: 10 Years of Chess & Culture at the World Chess Hall of Fame, only minutes from St. Louis homes for sale.
History of the World Chess Hall of Fame
The Museum Today
Mind, Art, Experience: 10 Years of Chess & Culture
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Our real estate agents missed a lot of things in 2020, but few losses were felt more deeply than missing live music from the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra. We were overjoyed to learn that the orchestra was returning for the 2021-22 season.
If you're new to St. Louis—or have simply never had an opportunity to watch the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra perform in person—it's an experience you simply must-have. The winter months are the perfect time to see a concert, so let's take a moment to get to know the SLSO.
History of the St. Louis Symphony
The St. Louis Symphony traces its roots back to the founding of the St. Louis Choral Society in 1880. The St. Louis Choral Society merged with the St. Louis Musical Union 10 years later, forming what would eventually become the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra.
With a history that can now be traced back more than 140 years, the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra is the second-oldest orchestra in America. In that time, the SLSO has made more than 100 recordings resulting in 60 Grammy Award nominations and nine wins. It has earned a reputation as one of America's finest orchestras.
Meet Your Musical Director
The SLSO has a long and storied history of accomplished musical directors, beginning with Joseph Otten, who served in that role from 1880 to 1894. The latest, Stéphane Denève, who now guides the orchestra into its 142nd season, is no exception.
Stéphane Denève served as a guest conductor with the SLSO eight times before joining as a full-time musical director. Born in France, Denève also serves as musical director of the Brussels Philharmonic and shares his time between the two cities.
Spectacular Powell Hall
The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra first performed at Mercantile Library Hall, and later moved around to various venues throughout the city, including the St. Louis Grand Exposition Hall. It found its permanent residence in Powell Hall beginning in 1967.
Located just minutes away from these St. Louis homes for sale, Powell Hall is a resplendent theater with stunning architecture and state-of-the-art sound. The 2,689-seat hall was originally constructed in 1925 and served as a theater for Vaudeville shows and silent movies in its early years.
There's a lot to look forward to from the SLSO this year! In addition to resuming its regular schedule this season, the orchestra will also be picking up its Movie Magic series, in which the musicians perform a classic film score while the original movie is projected as a backdrop.
Check out the full calendar of upcoming events on the SLSO website, and get your tickets now to these exciting performances this winter:
St. Louis has always been one of America's great hubs for art and culture, and the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra is just the tip of the iceberg. Contact us today to learn more about life in St. Louis, and talk to our real estate agents about finding your dream home in St. Louis today.
The holiday season is upon us, and we all have someone on our list who's a little bit harder to shop for. A museum membership is always a great gift idea for that tough-to-buy-for person who doesn't need another sweater or bottle of wine.
Luckily, we have an abundance of outstanding museums here in the St. Louis area. Consider gifting a membership to one of these local museums.
Is there a more iconic American highway than Route 66? Known as the Mother Road, the Will Rogers Highway, and the Main Street of America, U.S. Route 66 was part of the original United States highway system established in 1926.
Quite a bit of the original highway is still in use here in Missouri.
In the St. Louis area, two different roads that were part of Route 66 during different eras are home to numerous attractions that tell the story of America's past. These are our real estate agents' favorite roadside attractions on Route 66.
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Who says you have to travel to Napa Valley to sample some of the best wines in the country? If you're looking at Hermann homes for sale, you absolutely need to visit the Hermann Wine Trail while you're in the area. Traveling the trail is easy, you buy your tickets online in advance, then you start your day at any of the participating wineries. At the first winery, you get a souvenir wine glass, which you use at each of your additional stops. Here's a closer look at each of the wineries along the trail.
Our real estate agents highly recommend taking the time to tour the Hermann Wine Trail while you look at Saint Louis homes for sale. Take your time, sip some wine, and enjoy the scenery. If you're still looking for an agent to represent you, don't hesitate to contact us.
It's no exaggeration to say that St. Louis is home to one of the best brewing scenes in the entire country, offering both big-name breweries and a collection of beloved craft breweries. The craft breweries of St. Louis double as community gathering places, bringing people together through distinctive brews, delicious food, live music, and fun special events. Our real estate agents have the details on 6 popular local breweries where you can start your St. Louis craft beer journey in style.
Searching for a home that makes it easy to enjoy all of the craft brews and outstanding food around St. Louis? Our team is here to help. Contact us to buy and sell real estate throughout the St. Louis, MO area.
Summer might mean a break from school, but it doesn't mean learning has to stop. Our real estate agents share some great events and activities around St. Louis where your kids can keep the fun and the learning going all summer long.
Planning a summer change of address around St. Louis? Whether you're buying or selling a home, contact us at Coldwell Banker Premier Group and let us handle the tough stuff.