Introduction to Ladue, Missouri
Ladue, Missouri, in St. Louis county, is located 5 miles W of St. Louis, Missouri. The city is located in the Saint Louis metropolitan area. Ladue has a population of 8,645.
Ladue is located in St. Louis County, which was created in 1812. The county was named after Saint Louis, the King of France. The city of Ladue was established in 1936. It is home to the Mary Institute and St. Louis Country Day School, which was founded in 1993 by merging Mary Institute and St. Louis Country Day School. The city is the hometown of William "Buckey" Bush, the brother of former U.S. President George H. W. Bush.
Ladue and nearby Attractions
- Shaw Park Aquatic Center
- Missouri Botanical Garden
- Saint Louis Zoo
- Saint Louis Holocaust Museum
- Frank Holten State Recreation Area
- Ulysses S. Grant National Historic Site
Things To Do In Ladue
The visitors can plan a trip to the Missouri Botanical Garden, Shaw Park Aquatic Center, Saint Louis Holocaust Museum, and Saint Louis Zoo. The city is also home to several churches such as Ladue Chapel, Carmelite Monastery, and Saint Peters Church. One can enjoy shopping at the Ladue West Shopping Center. The Bogey Golf Club, Log Cabin Country Club, Old Warson Country Club, and Saint Louis Country Club are ideal destinations for the golf lovers.
Lambert - St Louis International Airport is close by.
Ladue Higher Education
Webster University, Saint Louis Community College - Meramec, and Washington University are some of the nearest colleges and universities offering higher education.