Founded in 1852, Anheuser-Busch is part of the very fabric of St. Louis. Groups can partake in a variety of brewery tours of all three of its National Historic Landmark buildings along with holding private events in outdoor and indoor biergartens, and a Beermaster Tour—including a sample pulled directly from the Finishing Tank.
Groups can hold many types of events in Busch Stadium, home of the MLB Cardinals, including a Brunch in the Bullpen, Cocktails on the Track, Dinner on the Track, Fantasy Batting Practice, holiday parties or a Conference Day at the Ballpark in the stadium’s conference center, complete with a stadium tour and use of the batting cages and bullpen.
This eccentric 600,000-square-foot surrealistic museum/playground in the former International Shoe Company is comprised of found objects such as construction cranes, two abandoned planes and salvaged construction materials. Flexible rental scenarios are offered, along with buyouts.
This nonprofit paean to the foundational American music form features tech-driven exhibits, a state-of-the-art theater and numerous one-of-a-kind artifacts. Groups can hire some of St. Louis’ best blues musicians with catering provided by the famed Sugarfire Smokehouse barbecue next door.
Across the street from Busch Stadium, Ballpark Village offers a capacity from 20 to 10,000. This electrifying facility offers numerous restaurants, bars, lounges and entertainment venues. Fox Sports Midwest’s giant screens broadcast sporting events and a stage is available for entertainment. The upper-level Crown Room in the Budweiser Brew House offers a historic setting with views of the field.