Kiener Plaza

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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.

500 Chestnut St.
St. Louis, MO 63101

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Great Photo Spot
Reviewed By LexiV June 2023

We walked through here on our way to the arch and back. It was a nice square with some fun public art. It's a great stop to get a photo with the arch in the background.

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For the view
Reviewed By patlv23 May 2023

This is a nice enough city park to sit around and relax for a while. There were some decent musicians/buskers while we were there. It was even used for a private event on our first attempt to visit...

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City Park
Reviewed 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...

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