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KSDK Channel 5 by Randy Schwentker: “City Museum Putting New Life Into Old Relics”

Bob Cassilly’s vision lives on in every worker and artist in this museum. “Pretty much the same crew since the beginning, even with Bob. It’s a tight crew,” Erwin said.…

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Roadtrippers by Anna Hider: “Welcome to City Museum, An Eccentric, Immersive Wonderland”

One minute you could be inside a gorgeous sculpture of a giant whale; the next you’re crawling through a cave. You might start off in a treehouse, hop down a…

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TIME Magazine: “City Museum Named One of World’s Coolest Places 2019”

City Museum is housed in a sprawling, 10-story, 600,000-square-foot former shoe warehouse. A school bus dangles from the building’s roof. The ultimate jungle gym extends from the windows.

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TIME Magazine for Kids: “How TIME for Kids Chose the 2019 World’s Coolest Places”

To assemble our first annual list of the World’s 50 Coolest Places, TIME for Kids sought input from trusted experts—kids.

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Tripsavvy by Krystin Arneson: “Multipli-City”

Bob Cassilly’s City Museum at St. Louis is Alice-in-Wonderland, down-the-rabbit-hole surreal, going against the logical patterns and enforced pauses that define the ordered grid of a city. The sound of…

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Make: by Caleb Kraft: “Junk Yard + Jungle Gym: Visiting The City Museum in St. Louis Missouri”

If you gave Dr. Seuss and M.C. Escher free reign over an old shoe factory and told them to build the world’s craziest jungle gym, you’d get the City Museum…

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City Museum in St. Louis Features Art You Have to Touch

It may very well be the world’s largest jungle gym. Located at 750 North 16 St. in downtown St. Louis, City Museum is not so much a museum as it is a massive playground – for kids of all ages.

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KSDK Channel 5 by KSDK Staff: “Hey Heidi The Hippo High Atop Wash Ave”

It’s something you may not have ever noticed: a hippo sitting high atop Washington Avenue! But Emily Dittmer did, and she wonders about it every time she walks by.

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