Update: Renegade has closed up shop, but in a good way. You can now find many of the Renegades over at the Missouri Historical Society as part of the new program See STL Tours! All the cool things Renegade offered are still available, just with snazzy new names and a bunch of NEW tours!
We love being part of your big day! Makes us glad it isn’t us! Just kidding. We have put together incredible tours for lots of new couples…tours of your city are a great way to keep everyone occupied while you get to do the fun stuff! We are happy to incorporate locations and stories that are personal to you!
As a gift or as a roving party for your nerdy friends…a Renegade Tour is a perfect way to spend some time with those you love and see this fabulous city!
We have put together walking and bus tours centered around curriculum for preschoolers, second graders, high schoolers, and college kids! We are happy to work with you to craft a unique St. Louis-based experience based on any learning theme you got! Except sharks.* *Pending completion of St. Louis Aquarium.
We have worked closely with the second grade teaching team at Forsyth School to create tours of different St. Louis neighborhoods. One tour includes a walking tour of The Hill neighborhood, complete with stops for food samples, meeting with community members, and taking advantage of spontaneous opportunities to engage neighbors in conversation about living in this unique neighborhood! We also created a combination bus and walking tour of the University City neighborhood that focuses on the rich cultural and ethnic diversity of the neighborhood. This tour includes visiting the oldest Jewish cemetery in St. Louis, an Asian grocery store, and even a dance party at the Chuck Berry statue on the Delmar Loop. In 2018 we were engaged to help identify neighborhoods for this program in a consulting role.
The College School
In 2018, we worked with a preschool class at The College School, an independent private school, to create a bus tour centered on the class’ curriculum and interest that year. Students created the map and we facilitated a tour featuring several stops and landmarks.