If you have plans of moving into St Louis, one of your biggest worries is probably where you are going to stay. There are many neighborhoods within the city from which you can choose one to live in. However, the neighborhoods have different characteristics in terms of age and cultures. Some of the best neighborhoods are listed below. St. Louis, MO can be seen here.

Central West End

Located just west of downtown, the Central West End neighborhood is home to the beautiful Cathedral Basilica. Apart from the unique festivals throughout the year, the neighborhood hosts many historical structures dating to as far as 1902. The neighborhood is close to the St Louis University Campus and the Washington School of Medicine. Information about Family Friendly Daytime Activities in St Louis can be found here. 



The Clayton neighborhood is home to the St Louis County government. The neighborhood has many unique boutiques, galleries, and hotels known throughout the region. The Saint Louis Art Fair takes place within the Clayton neighborhood and attracts over 100,000 people every year.


The neighborhood got its name in the 1880s during the construction of the Missouri Pacific Railroad. Eureka is located about 20 minutes west of downtown St Louis and along Interstate 44. The neighborhood is a popular destination for those seeking staycations and vacations.