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The city of St. Louis has been at the crossroads of history since the days of the early pioneers. From the dawn of the Oregon Trail when our forefathers journeyed west, to the riverfront commerce along the Missouri River, St. Louis has been pivotal in Missouri and American legacy. Join fellow attendees for two different tours of the area. A return of the traditional Tilt-Up Convention and Expo Buildings Tour will take place on day 1 and an early morning walking tour where participants will learn the vibrant past of St. Louis’ Downtown will take place on day 3.



Buildings Tour

September 16, 2021 from 11:00am to 3:00pm Central Time

Load Buses at 4th Street Entrance, Near the Brewhouse

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Hyatt Regency St. Louis at the Arch
315 Chestnut St, St. Louis, MO 63102

BJC at the Commons
4249 Clayton Ave, St. Louis, MO 63110

Saint Louis Art Museum
1 Fine Arts ...

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St. Louis Downtown Walking History Tour

September 18, 2021 from 7:00am to 8:00am Central Time

Meet at the Hotel Lobby

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Ever wanted to time travel? That’s not going to happen on this tour—but you will visit more than 250 years of St. Louis history and architecture in just under 2 hours! Wind your way through the streets of downtown St. Louis while falling in love with its gorgeous architecture, lear...

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Track highlightAmong the first skyscrapers built in the world, the Wainwright Building by Louis Sullivan and partner Dankmar Adler is regarded as an influential prototype of a modern office architecture. The building aesthetically exemplifies the theories of Sullivan's tall building, with the tripartite composition of base, shaft and attic, which is based on the structure of the classical column. In 1972 the building was listed as a City Landmark, after it became a National Historic Landmark in 1958. It is currently owned by the State of Missouri and is used for state offices. Read more >