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It’s summer in St. Louis! And if you’re feeling anything like us, you’re probably itching to get out and explore. Celebrate the season with the best bonding activities for roommates at any age.

1. Tower Grove Farmers’ Market

Hosting over 60 different vendors a week, this bustling community event is the region’s largest farmers’ market. Learn more

2. Jazz St. Louis

This season, there’s something for everyone with favorites such as Christian McBride and the Yellowjackets as well as debut artists like Connie Han and the legendary Manhattan Transfer. Learn more.

3. St. Louis Art Museum

This world-class collection of original artworks and artifacts spans five millennia and six continents, in one of the city’s most impressive buildings. Learn more.

4. Missouri Botanical Garden

Founded in 1859, the nation’s oldest continuously operated botanical garden and a National Historic Landmark. Learn more.

5. St. Louis Cardinals Game

Summer’s not complete without a trip to the ball game! View the schedule.

6. The Sheldon Concert Hall and Art Galleries

Enjoy a curated roster of musical and visual icons from St. Louis and beyond. Learn more.

7. The Hill

This long-established Italian neighborhood boasts upscale eateries, sandwich shops, and bakeries as well as retail shops and boutiques. Learn more.

8. Forest Park

With 1,300 acres of forests, ecosystems, nature reserves, lakes and streams, there’s endless opportunities for relaxation in one of America’s greatest urban parks. Learn more.

9. The Frank Lloyd Wright House in Ebsworth Park

This unique residence designed by Frank Lloyd Wright — widely recognized as America’s greatest 20th-century architect — is one of only five Wright designs in the state. Learn more.

10. Sauce Food Truck Friday

From burgers to pizza to tacos to falafel — satisfy your tastebuds with more than 20 of the city’s best food trucks. Learn more

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