St. Louis, Missouri

Embark on an unforgettable journey through St. Louis, the Gateway to the West, with Summer AI, your personal AI guide. Utilizing cutting-edge GPS and text-to-speech technology, Summer AI lets you discover this vibrant city at your own pace.

Don't miss the iconic Gateway Arch, a monument symbolizing the westward expansion of the United States. As Summer AI unveils the fascinating history of this architectural marvel, you can almost feel the spirit of pioneering adventure that it represents. Venture into the city's soul at Forest Park, where Summer AI brings to life the stories of the 1904 World's Fair and the park's transformation into a cultural and recreational hub. Discover the historic Lafayette Square, with its charming Victorian homes and the serene Lafayette Park.

Immerse yourself in the eclectic energy of the Delmar Loop, a vibrant six-block entertainment hub. Summer AI will guide you through its unique blend of live music venues, eclectic shops, and exciting restaurants. Explore the revitalized Central West End, with its fusion of historic architecture and modern attractions, brought to life by Summer AI's narration.

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Sample Narrations

  1. Bowl Lake in Forest Park

    Bowl Lake in Forest Park is part of the East Waterways project and will be connected to the park's river system. It cannot be reserved and covers 2 acres. The lake is stocked as part of the St. Louis Urban Fishing Program. Forest Park is one of the largest urban parks in the US, covering 1,300 acres and featuring various landscapes and cultural institutions. It attracts over 12 million visitors annually. Narration-point-state-park-fountain

  2. Gateway Arch

    The Gateway Arch is a 630-foot-tall monument in St. Louis. It is the world's tallest arch and Missouri's tallest accessible building. Some sources consider it the tallest human-made monument in the Western Hemisphere. The Arch was designed by the Finnish-American architect Eero Saarinen in 1947. It was completed in 1965 at an overall cost of $13 million . The monument opened to the public on June 10, 1967.

  3. Anheuser-Busch Brewery

    Anheuser-Busch Brewery is a brewery complex in St. Louis. It was opened in 1852 by German immigrant Adolphus Busch. It is a National Historic Landmark District. The company keeps a rotation of its Budweiser Clydesdales at its headquarters. Since 2008, approximately half of the Budweisers have been kept at the Warm Springs Ranch near Booneville. The brewery was designated a U.S. National historic Landmark in 1966.

  4. Delmar Loop

    The Delmar Loop is an entertainment, cultural and restaurant district in University City, Missouri and the adjoining western edge of St. Louis. Many of its attractions are located in the streetcar suburb of University City. The area is expanding eastward into the Skinker DeBaliviere neighborhood. In 2007, the [American Planning Association](American_Planning_Association) named the DelmarLoop "One of the 10 Great Streets in America" The Delmarloop is located near Washington University in St.Louis and Forest Park.

Over 1200 Points Of Interest

A map of  with points of interest marked that are available on Summer AI's audio tour guide.