It’s home to world-class cultural museums, jazz clubs, restaurants and attractions. And it’s still the hometown of a world-class Olympic Gold medalist. From the African American lifestyle to our culture and family-friendly fun, witness why Jackie Joyner Kersee has kept those six medals secure in St. Lou. Get the 411 on the 314!
Whether a local artist’s rendition of “So What” or an original of “Cherokee,” you know the great ones never play that lick the same way twice. And depending on your mood for carry-out or sit-down, the banana pudding at Sweetie Pie’s is only on the menu twice a week. Whatever your attraction, it’s how we do St. Lou, and we’re sure you wouldn’t want to miss a thang!
Explore the stories of influential African Americans through art, artifacts and memorabilia at the Griot Museum. Or celebrate the 35th anniversary of the nation’s largest professional African-American theatre company, The Black Rep. Our bits and pieces of African American culture will make you proud. We know, because a part of you is already here!