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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Kiener Plaza is like a town square for the city of St. Louis. New buildings overlooking the ballpark and the historic Old Courthouse (which has museum exhibit rooms) frame the park. Also the...Full Review
The Kiener plaza is a small park offering great views of the Old Courthouse and the gateway arch, a real treasure in the city centre.Full Review