ST. LOUIS - Envision touring St. Louis with a professional guide who has several degrees in architecture. Rend Lake College's Institute of Lifelong Learning is making that vision come true by offering the "Architect's Eye of St. Louis" tour on Saturday, September 27.
The lucky few who board the RLC bus bound for St. Louis will enjoy a day of sightseeing some of St. Louis' most beautiful architectural eye candy. The professional step-on guide will take the group through the Old and New Post Offices, Union Station, and a private home in Lafayette Square. The group will also get the opportunity to explore the Wainwright Building, which is seven stories high and was considered the first modern skyscraper.
The group will enjoy lunch at Schlafly's Tap Room. The Tap Room is housed in a downtown St. Louis historic building which was renovated in 1991.
The bus will be departing from two locations. It will board at the Historic Schoolhouse at the Ina campus at 7 a.m. and return at 6 p.m. and it will board at the Rend Lake MarketPlace in Mt. Vernon at 7:30 a.m. and return at 5:30 p.m. The registration fee is $75. This price includes all fees, gratuities, lunch and transportation.
If you are interested in discovering some of St. Louis' most beautiful and historic buildings, please call Lori or Kristina to register today at (618) 437-5321 ext. 1267/1367 or toll free at (800) 369-5321 ext. 1267/1367. Maximum enrollment is 13.