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ST. LOUIS– It’s spring break for many people and with the weather getting warmer you may be looking for some local activities. Many attractions are now requiring reservations. Here is a list of some local spots and how to sign up for entry before you arrive.

St. Louis Zoo: Reservations required for timed entry. Make a reservation for the St. Louis Zoo here.

St. Louis Science Center: Tickets are needed and have an entry time. Get a ticket for the SLSC here.

Magic House: Reservations needed to schedule your arrival time. Walk-ups are welcome for limited, same-day tickets. You can reserve tickets to the Magic House here.

St. Louis Aquarium: Advanced tickets are required. Reserve your tickets for the aquarium here.

Museum of Transportation: Self-guided tours, limited trolley rides, and use of Creation Station. Learn more about the safety measures here for the museum here.

City Museum: No daily reservations. You can buy tickets ahead of time and visit any day.

Missouri Botanical Gardens: Advanced tickets are available but not required. Plan your visit to the Botanical Gardens here.

Six Flags: You must pre-schedule your visit. Reserve your visit to Six Flags here.