Saint Louis – Tours of Anheuser-Busch headquarters take visitors on a memorable journey through part of America’s brewing heritage, which dates to 1852. Anheuser-Busch brewery tours have been one of the most popular tourist attractions in St. Louis since tours began in 1887, with more than 400,000 visitors each year. Located at I-55 and Arsenal Street, the brewery is also home to one of three traveling Budweiser Clydesdales teams.

The historic Anheuser-Busch Brewery is seen on Broadway and Pestalozzi Streets. © Bob Moore, SLFP.com

The century-old stables, featuring stain glass windows and a massive chandelier house an eight-horse hitch, and a beer wagon weighing four tons.

Visitors can tour the historic Brew House, located at 12th & Lynch St., and see the copper kettles, wall murals, ornate wrought-iron railings and hop vine chandeliers. A multimedia presentation highlights the brewing process. The tour continues through the Bevo Packaging Plant, where the high-speed bottling and canning lines can be viewed. Free tours are available year-round.

Wheelchair accessible.
The complimentary tour of the complex is wheelchair accessible year-round. Call 314-577-2626 for additional information.