Thinking about coming to St. Louis with my parents (mid-60s) and kids (DS12 and DDalmost 10) this spring break in late March. We have all been there before, but it has been a few years and the kids don't really remember. I have a few questions...
-I really want to get to the City Museum, which none of us have visited, but I'm wondering if it's an okay place to take my parents. My dad is very active and would do anything with the kids, but my mom will need to sit and rest sometimes. Are there benches throughout the museum so my mom can sit and watch the rest of us if she needs to?
-I'm looking at a very cute vacation rental in St. Charles. Knowing that it would require travel time into St. Louis, is that an okay place to stay? Looks like there's a Lewis & Clark museum there (DS12 is a huge history buff). Anything else to see or do in that area?
-We'd love to visit the zoo but know that the weather that time of year is iffy. If I remember correctly, Grant's Farm is not open that time of year (we haven't been there either). What are some other indoor places to visit if the weather doesn't cooperate? We've done the Arch (ride and museum), so I'm not sure we'll want to do that again.