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Forest Park

#6 of 258 things to do in Saint Louis Features Animals
Concourse Drive, Saint Louis, MO 63110
+1 314-289-5300
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Stunning

Beautiful space for biking, walking and playing. The St. Louis Zoo, History Museum, Science Center... read more

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Anne B
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Love this park

The children's playground area is very, very nice! We also attended a special concert that was... read more

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The site of the 1904 World's Fair, America's second largest urban park is a prime St. Louis recreation spot.
  • Excellent80%
  • Very good16%
  • Average2%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“jewel box” (179 reviews)
“history museum” (285 reviews)
“paddle boats” (112 reviews)
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Hours Today: 06:00 - 22:00
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Concourse Drive, Saint Louis, MO 63110
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Reviewed today via mobile

Beautiful space for biking, walking and playing. The St. Louis Zoo, History Museum, Science Center, Art Museum, golf course, Jewel Box, Muny (summer outdoor theatre) and World's Fair Pavilion are all in forest park. You could spend days walking and playing here without seeing everything....More

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Reviewed yesterday

The children's playground area is very, very nice! We also attended a special concert that was great!

Thank n2quiltingorders
Reviewed 3 days ago

Many museums in this park. Its huge and has buses that take you from place to place for one cheap fee for the whole day! Lots of greenery and the water fountain is huge and reminds me of Europe. Its near the Art museum. Picnic...More

Thank greeksforjesus
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Had a group gathered at this park. Lucky us that we had a good weather to spend all day. We had a lunch inside the Visitor's building at the cafe. Their meals were all home cooked. Very good spot ! We had a blast time!

Thank Pfslisz
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Over the years, Forest Park has evolved into one of the nation's very best! No matter what your interest is, it's there! Nation's top-rated zoo, glorious Museum of Art, the History Museum, Muny Opera...unending! Beautiful landscaping, flowers, paddle boats, trails, bike paths - all there...More

Thank HikerLady02
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

There are many parks in this world, but few that have this much to offer. Being larger than Central Park in NYC it has a lot to fill. And it does a splendid job. Besides the abundance of open space, shaded trails, ponds, fountains, and...More

Thank xwtmc
Reviewed 4 days ago

So much to see & do at Forest Park...The Zoo would be my top pick. Free to visit & a small fee for the train ride, children's zoo but lots of fun for both children & Adults. The History Museum is my next favorite place...More

Thank apkh0828
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Huge park in a great location. I rented a bike and ride all over the park. Trails here in perfect conditions. Excelent signage.

Thank Gnolao
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Forest Park is an enormous park that apparently was the site of the 1904 Worlds Fair and there are some neat buildings such as the Jewel Box if you like architecture. Now it is not only a great park, but the site of the zoo,...More

Thank AnAnthropologist
Reviewed 1 week ago

Forest Park has many attractions to visit. Throughout the year you can walk the grounds, view the architecture, and wildlife. Seasonally, there are many attractions. During the summer, there are various concerts, including live musicals at the Muny (check website muny.org for tickets, they sell...More

Thank kyle f
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2Shichons
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Response from luvfootball101 | Reviewed this property |
Yes, on a leash. Clean up after them.
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lekha s
20 October 2016|
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Response from 3KittyKat | Reviewed this property |
Forest Park is free as is all the museums inside.
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