FestAbility attendees can ride MetroLink or MetroBus to the festival.
To get to the festival, ride MetroLink to the Forest Park-Debaliviere Station. The Missouri History Museum is one block south of the station. You can also ride the #3 Forest Park Explorer (free to all on the weekends) or the #90 Hampton MetroBus routes, which both serve the festival with bus stops in both directions just south of the museum.
To plan your trip, visit www.metrostlouis.org or call our transit information team at 314-231-2345 or 618-271-2345 Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The Missouri History Museum west lot will be open to those with accessible parking tags and the east lot will be closed. The closest parking for attendees will be at the Visitor Center East and West Lots located just south of the Dennis & Judith Jones Visitor and Education Center. Paraquad will be providing limited shuttle rides from the Visitor Center lot to the west lot of the Missouri History Museum from 10:30-6:30pm.
Look for FestAbility volunteers to help catch the shuttle.
Saturdays: Noon to 11:00pm
The Loop Trolley is a heritage rail system harkening back to the earlier
days when streetcars criss-crossed the city of St. Louis. Funded by a
federal Urban Circulator grant, the 2.2 mile Loop Trolley system
connects the world-renowned Forest Park and the Delmar Loop, named one
of America's Great Streets.
Tickets to ride the Loop Trolley can be purchased at any of our 13
station stops from the marked kiosks at the time of their ride, or
passengers can download the 'Loop Trolley' app from Apple or Android
devices, set up an account, and buy their tickets in advance! Regular
tickets are $2.00 for a Two-Hour pass or $5.00 for an All-Day pass. For
both, we offer a 50% discount for passengers 65+ or old, passengers with
disabilities, and children 5-12 years old. Children under 5 ride free!
All Loop Trolley vehicles are equipped with electronic lifts for ease of
accessibility to our passengers.