Kiener Plaza is named after Harry Kiener, a USA Track & FIeld member who competed at the 1904 Olympics, eventually becoming a steel company executive and philanthropist. His namesake park features a number of paths and a lawn that can accommodate a variety of events, including a bicycle parking grove, a shade garden with café tables and chairs, benches, a fountain garden with a splash pad, and a children’s play garden, as well as a statue in honor of the former Olympian.
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City ParkReviewed By irina g January 2022
Named to honor Harry Kiener (1881-1960) -- the athlete, who was the member of the US track team in the Olympics held in St. Louis in 1904, this city park is located opposite the Old Courthouse...Full Review
One of the Best Views of the Arch and CourthouseReviewed By Grover R July 2022
This is the main public space in Downtown St. Louis. It is just west of the Courthouse and has the best for views of the Courthouse framed by the Arch. I went here to see that view as the park had...Full Review
A must for visitorsReviewed By TravFL May 2022
This is a must for someone visiting. What a pic you can get of the arch, the old courthouse, and the fountain. It you time it right, with a proper sunset, you can get quite a pic in the evening too...Full Review