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Village Square Apartments offers one and two-bedroom apartment homes for you to choose from. We are conveniently located in North County with easy access to Interstate 270 and St Louis Lambert International Airport. Our pet-friendly community features beautiful, lush landscaping, ample parking, and generous living space in our oversized apartments.  We invite you to come to tour our community and see why Village Square is a great place to call home!

 

Top 5 Things To Do In the St. Louis Area

 

1. City Museum


Located in Downtown St Louis, City Museum is a decidedly-unique space sprang from the mind of eclectic St Louis artist Bob Cassilly. The Museum’s quirky collections and exhibits defy explanation, with everything from a life-sized Bowhead Whale, aquariums, a tree house, caves, tunnels, slides, a skate park, human-sized hamster wheel, a miniature train, an old-fashioned Ferris wheel, the world’s largest pencil, a pond, history and science exhibits, and much, much more.

 

The Museum opened in 1997 in the former International Shoe Building, with the vast majority of its structures having been repurposed from the defunct shoe factory and other industrial and architectural objects from throughout the country. Outside the Museum, MonstroCity features the Cabin Inn for refreshments and entertainment, large ball pits for children and adults, four-foot wide Slinkies for climbing and crawling, a fire engine, and two suspended Sabreliner aircraft fuselages.


750 N 16th St
St Louis, MO 63103
(314)231-2489
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2. Busch Stadium - Home of the St. Louis Cardinals

The STL is wild about sports and no team is more beloved than Major League Baseball’s Cardinals. With home games at 45,000-seat Busch Stadium in the heart of Downtown, the Cards are one of baseball’s most storied and successful franchises, with a whopping eleven World Series trophies and 19 National League pennants in their nearly 140-year history. Over the years, Hall of Famers like Dizzy Dean, Whitey Herzog, Stan Musial, Bob Gibson and Ozzie Smith have donned the Cardinals signature red cap.

 

Despite losing the NFL’s rams to Los Angeles in 2015, St. Louis sports fans still have plenty of options, including the popular 2019 Stanley Cup Champion St Louis Blues of the National Hockey League, and will welcome a Major League Soccer expansion club beginning with the 2022 season. The city is also a frequent host of collegiate sporting events, including the NCAA Final Four, college football contests, and home games for the St Louis University Billikens.

700 Clark Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63102
(314) 345-9600
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3. The Gateway Arch

Towering majestically over the Mississippi River in Gateway Arch National Park the eastern edge of Downtown, the world-famous Gateway Arch, is a breath-taking 630-foot stainless steel monument that serves as a memorial to the United States’ westward expansion. The dramatic arch is one of the world’s most visited attractions, welcoming more than four million visitors annually. The 70,000 underground Visitor’s Center features the Museum of Westward Expansion, offices, and concessions.

 

The top of the arch is accessible via two 1,076-step emergency stairways, a 12-passenger elevator and trams in each leg. An observation area at the summit offers breathtaking views of the historic Cahokia Mounds to the east across the river in Illinois, and the sprawling St Louis metropolitan area to the west. The surrounding National Park covers nearly 100 acres along the River and is also home to the Old Courthouse, site of the groundbreaking Dred Scott case of 1857.

11 N 4th St
St Louis, MO 63102
(314)982-1410
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4. St Louis Zoo 


Just west of Downtown nestled in the sprawling Forest Park, the Saint Louis Zoological Park spans more than 90 acres and features over 18,000 animals across more than 600 species. Spawning from the 1904 World’s Fair held in Forest Park, the Zoo has grown to become one of the most highly-regarded in the nation. With habitats ranging from tropical rainforest and African savannah, to frozen polar tundra and barren desert, the Zoo transports visitors across the globe.

 

Circling the Zoo, the Emerson Zooline narrow-gauge railroad ferries guests around the property with stops at many of the most popular attractions and exhibits. The Zoo hosts conservation programs, festivals, and concerts, and can also has rental facilities available for private parties and gatherings. Concession options are available throughout the park and the Safari Gift Shop offers a great selection of books, toys, gifts, and souvenirs to commemorate your visit!


1 Government Dr
St Louis, MO 63110
(314)781-0900
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5. Six Flags St Louis 

A short drive southwest of the city, Six Flags St Louis is a 323-acre amusement park that has been delighting Missourians since opening in 1971. The park is spread over eight themed areas featuring dozens of exhilarating rides, carnival games, and attractions for all ages.  Throughout the park, a variety of characters from Looney Tunes, DC Comics, Scooby Doo and more interact with guests.

 

Adjacent to Six Flags, Hurricane Harbor is an expansive water park featuring slides, tube and raft rides, a wave pool, lazy river, and much more. Six Flags and Hurricane Harbor host a number of concerts, festivals, events, and celebrations throughout the year. Concessions, restaurants, and shopping are also available at multiple locations around the park.

 

4900 Six Flags Rd
Eureka, MO 63025
(636)938-5300
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Top 5 Amazing Places To Eat In North County 

 

Ruiz's Mexican Restaurant 

Best Mexican Food 

Serving authentic Mexican cuisine since 1966, Ruiz’s is St Louis’ oldest Mexican restaurant. Start off with an order of guacamole, bean dip, or queso with housemade tortilla chips, then choose from an excellent assortment of favorites like fajitas, carne asada, chimichangas, tamales, tacos, and more! Don’t forget to try a fresh margarita or ice-cold Mexican beer!

901 N US Hwy 67
Florissant, MO 63031
(314)831-3222

 

Hendel's Seafood 

Best Seafood 

From their historic location in a circa-1873 grocery and general store in Old Town Florissant, Hendel’s turns out delicious salads, bowls, sandwiches, burgers, pasta, as well as steaks and seafood. Hendel’s also hosts live music and has an impressive wine list, along with a unique selection of signature cocktails and rotating local and craft beers available from the full bar.

599 St Denis St
Florissant, MO 63031
(314)837-2304

 

Pirrone's Pizzeria

Best Pizza 

Just off Washington St. in Florissant, Pirrone’s Pizzeria specializes in St Louis-style thin-crust pizza, toasted ravioli, and an assortment of Italian dishes like chicken parmesan, cannelloni, and spaghetti with meatballs. Pirrone’s popular lunch buffet is served Monday-Friday for just $9.99! For those passionate about their favorite St Louis style pizza, Imo’s is just a short drive down the road!

1775 Washington St
Florissant, MO 63033
(314)839-3633


Pearl Cafe

Best Asian Fare 

Located off Lindbergh Boulevard in Florissant, Pearl Café has continually received awards for Best Thai restaurant since opening in 2009. In addition to a variety of pan-Asian dishes from Chef Scott Troung, Pearl Café features traditional Thai dishes like pahd Thai, drunken noodles, basil fried rice, and a wide variety of made-from-scratch stir fries, curries, and flavorful soups!

8416 N Lindbergh Blvd
Florissant, MO 63031
(314)831-3701 

 

Florissant City Diner 

Best Diner

In the heart of Old Town Florissant, City Diner serves up no-frills diner fare and comfort food. Featuring a lineup of breakfast staples like omelets, pancakes, hashes, and skillets, to lunch-time classics like the club sandwich, French dip, pork tenderloin, reuben, Philly cheesesteak, patty melts, burgers, and garden-fresh salads, the Diner is sure to have something that will hit the spot.

1060 Rue St Francois St
Florissant, MO 63031
(314)831-4375

 

 

Schools in Hazelwood, MO

Ferguson - Florissant School District
(314) 687-1910

 

 

 

 

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