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Visiting Forest Park St Louis

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Forest Park is a public park belongs to the city of St. Louis, filled with many attractions and is a famous venue for events, making the park is considered as one of the best urban parks in the United States.

Visit one of the most beautiful urban parks in the world, the Forest Park

Visit one of the most beautiful urban parks in the world, the Forest Park

St Louis Art Museum

St Louis Art Museum

As the name states, this place is the perfect spot for art lover. St Louis Art Museum houses more than 30.000 art collections, including works by Monet, Van Gogh, and Picasso. The collections inside this place range from ancient artifacts to modern art from the 20th century. St Louis Art Museum also offers events and activities designed for children to keep the museum fun and attractive for visitors of all age.

St Louis Zoo

St Louis Zoo

St Louis Zoo is considered as one of the best zoo in the country with more than 20.000 animals living here. Apart from the animal exhibition, there are railroad line, some attractions and shows, and shops. The best thing is that you don't need to pay to go inside, even though you will have to pay for some of the attractions. St Louis Zoo also has special space for children to keep them entertained. This place is a place to learn more especially about endangered animals and how you can help in the conservation.

St Louis Science Center

St Louis Science Center

While the name sounds so serious, this place is a fun place to learn about science not just for adults, but for kids as well. There is a room named the Discovery Room that is designated for preschoolers to learn about gravity, bugs, and biology. While in another room, older kids can learn about dinosaurs and conduct hundreds of experiment in a fun way. There is also a bridge made from glass floor panels that allow you to see the cars below you with radar guns to see how fast they go. The favorite attraction of this place is the planetarium that simulate the night sky with 9.000 stars that you can enjoy without the interference from city lights.

The Muny

The Muny

The Muny is an outdoor theater that has been a local favorite since its opening in 1917, making it the oldest outdoor theater in the country. The Muny is filled with seven top notch musical events each year, from the classics like Oklahoma to musics from recent years like the High Scholl Musical. The shows are filled with big dance numbers and often with famous actors. All the events can be seen for free with the back seat capacity of 1.500 people with the first come first served system. With the starry night sky and Forest Park around you, events at The Muny will give you unforgettable experience.

Missouri History Museum

Missouri History Museum

Missouri has some historical events that are interesting to learn, and Missouri History Museum is the right place to get information about all of it. From the 1904's World Fair, Lewis and Clark Expedition, and other key events that shape St Louis as it is today. Not just about that, Missouri History Museum has exhibits that can keep people from everywhere around the world entertained, for example the collection of vintage automobiles. This place also hosts anuual events named Twilight Tuesday, concerts that are held in spring and fall seasons.

The Jewel Box

The Jewel Box

The Jewel Box is not a place for jewelry or gemstones. It is an extraordinary greenhouse made with 50-foot tall glass walls and art deco design that amused architectural community from the 1930s, and people nowadays as well. The Jewel Box is one from only two places in Forest Park that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Inside, there is a virtual Garden of Eden. While the central fountain is decorated with hundreds of flowers and exotic plants around it. In warmer season, rose gardens and lily ponds are two favorite places to stroll around. While in colder season, visitors prefer to walk through the statuary garden that will bring a peaceful atmosphere.

Forest Park St Louis Tips and Tricks

How to Get Tickets?

You don't need any ticket to visit the Forest Park. However, you might need tickets to visit the attractions that are located inside the park, for example some attractions inside Saint Louis Zoo.

How To Get Around?

To get around Forest Park, you can just walking around. There is a map available to guide you around. You can get around by renting a bike as well or by riding the Forest Park Trolley that runs spring through fall. The Forest Park Trolley can be enjoyed for free on Sunday.

What Should I Wear?

There is no recommended dresscode for visiting Forest Park. However, be noted to wear comfortable shoes because you will walk a lot inside the park area. Don't forget to check the weather as well before you are going.

Forest Park St Louis Facts

Best Time to Visit

The Forest Park can be enjoyed anytime. However, the best time to visit will be on summer. During these seasons, there are events going on and the grass will be green. However, be noted that the weather can be very hot, so you better prepare light clothings and a lot of drinks.

Currency

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Will I Need a Guide?

Forest Park can be explored without a guide, even though it offers a wide variety of walking tours that can be joined for free. If walking is too tiring for you, another option is to join the guided group bus tour that will take about an hour to complete. However, the group must arrange their own transportation.

How To Get There?

If you are using public transportation, Forest Park is 5 minute walking from Forest Park-DeBaliviere MetroLink station. Hampton 90 bus route is also travels north through the Park and stop at the History Museum. Other than that, you can use Metro Buses route 1, 2, 10, 13, 16, 59, or 95.

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