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Help us celebrate with a free film series in the renovated outdoor entertainment plaza in front of the St. Louis Union Station Soda Fountain starting in October. In addition to the movies, visitors can enjoy a free light and music show on the Union Station lake every evening.
The St. Louis Wheel™ — a 200-foot-tall observation wheel — is open for rides and the new St. Louis Union Station Soda Fountain welcomes guests with a fun menu of diner favorites and outrageous milkshakes.
A National Historic Landmark, St. Louis Union Station opened to the public on September 1, 1894 and was once the biggest and busiest train terminal in the nation, Originally owned by the Terminal Railroad Association, the building was designed by architect Theodore Link in three main areas: the Headhouse, which contained a hotel, the Grand Hall waiting area and one of the famous Fred Harvey railroad restaurants; the Midway, which was a ticketing and waiting area; and the 11.5-acre train shed which was used by 22 railroads.
Today St. Louis Union Station is owned by Lodging Hospitality Management (LHM). The headhouse hotel and additional rooms have been transformed into the St. Louis Union Station Hotel, a Curio Collection by Hilton, a Four Diamond hotel. The Fred Harvey restaurant is the popular Station Grille. Guests can enjoy 3-D light shows, cocktails and small plates in the elegant Grand Hall each evening. The Midway and adjacent ballrooms are used as event space for conventions, meetings and trader shows and special events; and the train shed is home to the new St. Louis Aquarium at Union Station, which will open in late 2019 as part of Union Station’s new $187 million family entertainment complex.
Ride the The St. Louis Wheel™ – 10am-10pm
Mini Golf- 10am-10pm
Mirror Maze- 10am-10pm
St Louis Union Station Soda Fountain – 11am-10pm
Bud Light Container – 11am-10pm
The Train Shed Restaurant- 4pm-12am