Places to Park in Downtown St. Louis
View Parking in Downtown St. Louis in a larger map. The Cardinals are in the World Series!
So Where Do You Park?
It’s going to get a little crazy here with the World Series. Parking will be as valuable as an RBI or a stolen base. The map above gives you an idea of where you can find some (not all) places to park. Come prepared for cooler temperatures. Show you’re a fan with your new Rally Squirrel Button, stay warm with a Rally Squirrel St.Louis long sleeve T and the Happy Flight T-Shirt
Additional Information on St. Louis Parking Places
S&H Parking Lot at Broadway and Spruce
(Courtesy of About.com) The S&H Parking Lot at Broadway and Spruce is the closest, and usually most expensive, public parking near Busch Stadium. It is directly across the street from the east side of the stadium. It usually costs $20-$25, but can be more on Opening Day and for big games like the Cards-Cubs series
The Stadium East and Stadium West Garages offer covered parking about two blocks from Busch Stadium. Parking is usually $15-$20 but can be more for the most popular games. The Stadium East Garage is located at 200 South Broadway. The Stadium West Garage is located at 100 South 9th Street.
S&H Lots at 400 Poplar/400 Poplar East
S&H Parking also has several other lots within a few blocks of Busch Stadium. There are lots at 400 Poplar and 400 Poplar East (at 4th Street.) These lots are within three to four blocks of the east side of the stadium. There are also surface lots along Cerre and Gratiot Streets on the south side of the stadium. Parking typically costs $10-$20 depending on the game.
Business Parking Lots
Businesses that are close to Busch Stadium like Midas Mufflers (720 South 4th Street) and Riley’s Florist (1000 South 4th Street) open their parking lots to baseball fans on game days. These businesses are about four to seven blocks from the stadium and parking costs $10-$15 for most games.
One option that is cheaper, but further away, is parking along the St. Louis Riverfront on the east side of the Gateway Arch. Parking on the surface lot along the levee is just $4, but it is a good walk over to the stadium. The up side is that part of your walk will be a nice stroll through the Archgrounds.
You may be able to find free street parking in the area further south of Busch Stadium. Some parking is available along Choteau Street near 1st and 2nd Streets. But be careful! There are also plenty of areas where “no parking” signs are posted.
One way to avoid parking downtown is to ride Metrolink to the games. There is a Metrolink stop at Busch Stadium. The stop at 8th and Pine is also an easy walk. A one-ride ticket is $2.25. (Please note the blue Metrolink location icons on the map above) Map of MetroLink Locations
St Louis Restaurants with Free Shuttle Service to Busch Stadium
Why even bother with the traffic and hunting for a parking place? Take advantage of some great St. Louis Restaurants where you can wine and dine and then get dropped off and picked up from Busch Stadium after the game? Click here for related blog post
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