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100

What is the name of St. Louis’s professional hockey team?

The Blues

100

What is the name of St. Louis’s largest park?

Forest Park

100

What type of cheese is Imo’s Pizza famous for?

Provel

100

In what year did the St. Louis World’s Fair take place?

1904

100

These horses are famously associated with the St. Louis company Budweiser.

Clydesdales

200

This football team used to be located in St. Louis, but now represents Los Angeles.

The Rams

200

This St. Louis museum began as a planetarium.

The Science Center

200

Which popular soda was invented in St. Louis?

7-Up

200

This restaurant and inn is famous for being haunted.

Lemp Mansion

200

St. Louis often deals with this dangerous weather formation.

Tornados

300

How many football franchises has St. Louis had?

4 (the All-Stars, the Gunners, the Cardinals (NOT baseball!), and the Rams)

300

What was the first structure in the St. Louis Zoo?

The Bird Cage

300

List at least 2 popular St. Louis foods that were invented by accident.

toasted ravioli, ice cream cones, gooey butter cake

300

In what year did St. Louis host America’s first Olympic Games?

1904

300

St. Louis was a top contender to be the location of this important place.

The Capital of the United States

400

During segregation in early 1900s, Black players were not allowed to play for the Cardinals. This is the name of St. Louis’s Negro league team.

The Stars

400

What does the St. Louis Gateway Arch represent?

St. Louis’s role in Westward Expansion

400

This tool was used to create the first ice cream cone.

A fid (a cone-shaped splicing tool for tent ropes)

400

What country founded St. Louis?

The French (Pierre Laclede Liguest and Auguste Chouteau)

400

Robert Pershing Wadlow, the tallest man in documented history, was from St. Louis. About how tall was he?

8 feet, 11.1 inches

500

What was the original name of the St. Louis Cardinals?

The Browns; the Brown Stockings

500

In what year did they finish building the Arch?

1965

500

Cotton candy was allegedly debuted to the world at the 1904 World’s Fair. What was the actual job of one of its creators?

Dentist

500

This hero of the American Revolution visited St. Louis in 1825. What was his name? Hint: You have ALL heard it before.

Marquis de Lafayette

500

The land on which St. Louis now exists was acquired for America in 1801 through this purchase by Thomas Jefferson.

The Louisiana Purchase

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