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The total driving distance from Saint Louis, MO to Chicago, IL is 297 miles or 478 kilometers.
Your trip begins in Saint Louis, Missouri. It ends in Chicago, Illinois.
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Did you visit the Gateway Arch and take a 630-foot ride to the top to see the view of St. Louis also known as The Gateway City?
The Gateway Arch was Thomas Jefferson’s vision of a United States that expanded from Atlantic to Pacific. It is a memorial that celebrates the accomplishments of early pioneers.
Get a view of the city and the Mississippi River from the Observation Deck of the United States’ tallest man-made monument. On a clear day you could get 360 degrees views as far as 30-mile from where you stand.
Another attraction worth visiting before you head out to Chicago is the historic Anheuser-Busch Brewery. The brewery is open daily. Tours are free. Visit the historic Brew House, Budweiser Clydesdale stable, beechwood aging cellar, packaging plant and sample a variety of beer on the house. For more info visit explorestlouis.com.
Schlafly Bottleworks provides free tours on the history of brewing in St. Louis and a tour of their brew house. You will get complimentary tasting at the tasting room and an opportunity to pick up gifts at the gift shop.
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