Site Information and Hotel Reservations
The Wall Street Journal named St. Louis as one of the “10 most intriguing travel destinations for 2019.” It’s a changing and fast-growing city located at the heart of America on the banks of the mighty Mississippi River.
St. Louis offers arts districts, a renowned Italian dining district, museums and national parks, and more. Attendees will want to explore The Gateway Arch, the Old Courthouse where two of the Dred Scott trials took place, Cardinals Hall of Fame and Museum and Busch Stadium, Lafayette Square, and the Economy Museum at the Federal Reserve.
Hotel Reservations: To reserve rooms in AGRiP’s sleeping room block, all attendees must first register for the conference. Attendees will receive information to make hotel reservations after registration is complete.
The St. Louis Union Station offers sleeping rooms ranging in size and amenities. Rooms in the AGRiP block range from $179 to $239 per night, and are available through Tuesday, Feb. 19. If you make reservations outside the block, AGRiP will be unable to assist you if you face rooming issues.
St. Louis Union Station is listed on the National Registry of Historic Landmarks and once was the busiest train depot in the United States. The hotel’s Grand Hall, the largest train terminal of its day, evokes the glamour of train travel in its heyday.