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Denver to St Louis Route Information

Cheapest Fare: $123.60
Travel Distance:768 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:Frontier Airlines, United Airlines, Southwest Airlines
Cheapest Day of the Week:Sunday
Weekly Flights:429
Avg. Flight Duration:02.15 Hours

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Airports in Denver

The city of Denver is served by Denver International Airport, also known as DIA. The Denver International Airport is the 6th busiest airport in terms of passenger traffic in the U.S.A. Also, it is the largest airport in the country by total land area. Owned & operated by City & County of Denver Department of Aviation, the airport is a hub for Frontier airlines, Great Lakes Airlines, and United airlines. It also serves as a focus city for Southwest Airlines. The airport offers passenger & cargo services to both domestic and international destinations like Cancun, Toronto, Frankfurt, Calgary, London, San Jose, Tokyo, Zurich, Dallas, San Francisco, Phoenix, Salt Lake City, and more. Passengers can easily commute from & to the airport using charter buses, commuter rail, hotel shuttles, limousines, mountain carriers, public buses, shared-ride services, taxicabs, and mobile app services.

Explore St. Louis

With its cache of vibrant museums, gardens, parks and breweries, you will find plenty of reasons to meet in St. Louis. Family-oriented travelers will likely venture to Forest Park for a Saint Louis Zoo visit. Others will savor complimentary drinks at the Anheuser-Busch Brewery before embarking on a pub crawl around The Loop. Wherever you start your expedition, save time to marvel at the iconic stainless- steel Gateway Arch rising from the heart of this Midwestern city. St. Louis, the largest city in Missouri, lies just below the junction of the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers, which here forms the boundary between Missouri and Illinois. The city has long been known as the “Gateway to the West” because it was from here that the Europeans set out to conquer the Wild West. It is home to St. Louis University, the oldest university west of the Mississippi, which was founded in 1818. The city’s connection with Scott Joplin, “the father of Ragtime” ensures its fame as a music city.

Things to Do in St. Louis

Magic House Museum

Located in a three-story Victorian home, the Magic House Museum provides hands-on exhibits about science, communications, and computers. Exhibits are divided into themed areas and encourage engagement from children. Each area is designed to enhance curiosity and experimentation. There is a designated play area for babies and toddlers, as well as the Calming Corner, a room filled with activities

and toys that are soothing, which is a haven for children who need a break from sensory overload. The museum cafe specializes in healthy fresh-food options; many of the ingredients are grown on-site.

City Museum

The City Museum, housed in a former shoe factory, is a delightfully entertaining facility that both children and adults will appreciate. Exhibits include a giant aquarium, architectural museum, art activities, participatory circus, and oddities, among many others. The museum’s major structures and installations were made entirely of materials found within the St. Louis municipal area. The building itself is an impressive piece of architecture, and its design is the brainchild of sculptor and artist Bob Cassilly.

Campbell House Museum

Built in 1851, this 3-story townhouse has been accurately restored with its carriage house, rose garden, and gazebo, offers a showcase of Victorian furnishings and decorative arts. Campbell House Museum features original furnishings from the family who lived here from 1854 through 1938. The museum collection includes classic Rococo-Revival Victorian furniture, portraits, textiles, silver, gold-leaf frames and cornices, faux-grained woodwork, and other examples of decorative arts.

Best Time to Fly to St. Louis

The best times to visit St. Louis are the months of April and May and months of September through October. St. Louis experiences long, hot summers and long, cold winters. The short seasons of spring and fall, which offer plenty of convivial events and nice temperatures, make for the most enjoyable visits.