The kids will never be bored when you've got easy access to a variety of family friendly venues. The trouble won't be finding the right place to visit on the weekends - it'll be figuring out which one to drop into first! You won't have far to go for great entertainment, whether you're looking to encourage fit living by exercising on the weekends or furthering school lessons at a museum.
The Forest Park, located to the west of St. Louis townhouses, is one of the largest urban parks in the United States. Here you'll be surrounded by some 18,000 trees, which will help you forget about the busy and crowded streets of downtown St. Louis. You can enjoy the sights by running along the jogging paths or cruising down the bike routes. If you're into more competitive recreational activities, the park is also home to a number of athletic courts and fields.
Go to Museums
If household members love science, history or art, you're in luck because all of these interests can be explored right inside the park. The Saint Louis Science Center features educational programs, a planetarium and and OMNIMAX Theater. The Missouri History Museum is located on the other end of the park from the Science Center and boasts an impressive permanent collection related to the 1904 World's Fair. It hosts temporary exhibitions as well. The Saint Louis Art Museum can be found in the middle of the park and has art from around the world.
For easy access to work and great family entertainment, look no further than the townhouses in Central West End.