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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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
This is a beautiful park with a fantastic view of the arch. There's a lovely fountain and grassy areas. There's a very well lit playground as well.Full Review