We’re excited to share that St. Louis, Missouri will be the next city to host WordCamp US! During his keynote at WordCamp Europe, Matt Mullenweg announced that St. Louis, Missouri will be the host city for WordCamp US 2019 and 2020. 10 Fast Facts About St. Louis
St. Louis is home to Forest Park, one of the largest urban parks in the United States. It’s about 500 acres larger than Central Park in New York City. Forest Park is home to the St. Louis Zoo, Art Museum, History Museum, Science Center, and more. The best part: most of these attractions are free!
St. Louis is also home to the Gateway Arch! With the completion of CityArchRiver, St. Louis’ $380 million project to rejuvinate the Arch grounds and surrounding areas, you can now walk from downtown St. Louis to the Arch grounds. The new area will officially open July 2018.
Nearby downtown, the Missouri Botanical Gardens stand. The MBG is the oldest botanical garden in continuous operation in the United States. The MBG is home to 79 acres of gardens with Chihuly glass artwork throughout. Admission for kids 12 and under is free.
The Lemp Mansion was built in the early 1860’s and served as the Lemp family home