Historic Lafayette Square
A National Historic District located one mile from downtown St. Louis. Nearly 400 Victorian homes surround Lafayette Park—the first city park west of the Mississippi River. Better Homes & Gardens named Lafayette Square "one of the ten most beautiful painted ladies neighborhoods in the nation.” The neighborhood's vibrant, walkable business district features award-winning restaurants, salons and spas, outdoor dining, coffee shops, gift shops, and much more. Walking tours are available.
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This is a great little neighborhood to spend an afternoon in. Lovely historic neighborhood with beautiful gardens and majestic homes. The park has wide paths for walking/running a play ground for...Full Review
We were staying in nearby Soulard and decided to take an evening stroll over to Lafayette Square to unwind after a busy day in downtown St Louis. It's a very pleasant neighbourhood centred around a...Full Review
Lafayette Square is one of the oldest neighborhoods in St. Louis, dating to 1835. Later, it became one of the most fashionable and elite places to live, known as the jewel of St. Louis. It declined...Full Review