The Enterprise Center officially opened on Saturday, October 8th, 1994, as an 18,096-seat arena located in downtown St. Louis, Missouri. Its primary tenant is the St. Louis Blues of the National Hockey League (NHL), but it is also used for other functions such as NCAA basketball, NCAA hockey, concerts, professional wrestling and more.

Ellerbe Becket designed the Enterprise Center. The construction broke ground on December 14th, 1992, and opened on October 8th, 1994. It is a contemporary, 12-story glass and concrete structure located in the heart of downtown St. Louis. Prior to the 2018-2019 season, the facility had been known as the Scottrade Center, but the naming rights changed when sold to Enterprise, a St. Louis-based company. It has also been known as both the Kiel Center and the Savvis Center in its lifetime. The arena has served as the home of the St. Louis Blues since it opened in 1994.

St Louis Blues Enterprise Center

How to Get to St Louis

The nearest airport to the Enterprise Center is St. Louis Lambert International Airport (STL) which is located about 14 miles from the Enterprise Center. Currently, there are no airlines that fly direct from London to St. Louis Lambert International Airport (STL) but there are several options which will include a layover.

If you are already in the US and looking to travel to/from Missouri, then you have the choice of most US domestic airlines including Air Canada, Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, American Eagle, Frontier Airlines, Jet Blue, Southwest Airlines, Spirit Airlines, United Airways and WestJet.

Public Transport

There are several public transportation options around the Enterprise Center. The MetroLink light rail system provides easy transportation to the arena. You can exit at the Civic Center Station (off 14th & Spruce Streets) and will see the Enterprise Center. In addition, the Civic Center MetroBus Transfer Center is one block from the arena at 14th and Spruce Streets. This transfer centre serves 16 MetroBus routes.

Rideshare services such as Uber or Lyft are also available in the vicinity with a designated drop-off zone at 14th street at the east end of the arena.

Staying in St Louis

The Enterprise Center is in the Downtown West neighbourhood of St. Louis. Beyond the Airbnb and Sonder options there are many hotels nearby to suit all budgets, which can be booked directly or via one of the hotel reservation booking sites.

St. Louis has many neighbourhoods that offer a variety of attractions and experiences for tourists. Some of the best neighbourhoods for tourists to visit include Downtown St. Louis, Midtown & Grand Center, Central West End, Forest Park, Soulard and The Loop (Delmar Loop). Each neighbourhood has its own unique character and style that adds something special to the city.

St. Louis Blues Tickets

The St. Louis Blues sell their tickets via Ticketmaster.

The official ticket partner for the NHL is Ticketmaster.

Here are links to the main ticket resale sites. Click on the link, which will open up a new window, and you can compare the prices on the different ticket resell sites, bearing in mind that the prices shown are before the selling platform fees are added, so take time to have a read of my tips to Buying Tickets in North America.

I recommend downloading the team’s Mobile App to your phone as it contains much Gameday information for the stadium.

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