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Parques y naturaleza en St. Louis

Parque
“Historic Forest Park was host to the 1904 World's Fair. Home to scenic walking and biking trails, picnic spots, the St. Louis Zoo, The Jewel Box (stunning greenhouse), the St. Louis Art Museum, The World's Fair Pavillion, the St. Louis History Museum, The Muny Opera (one of the largest outdoor theaters in the nation; catch a musical on a summer night under the stars!), and the outdoor Steinberg Ice Rink!”
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Hotel
“A must see if you have never been up to the top. A newly renovated museum is also included in your tour.”
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Jardín
“If you want to enjoy the gardens for fee. Try Wednesday nights throughout the summer during the Whitaker Music Festival. It normally runs the end of May thru July. You can bring a picnic and listen to free live music. You can gain access to the gardens for free at 5:00 pm and the concerts start at 7:00 pm.”
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Parque
“Beautiful city park with a Saturday morning farmer's market (March - October), a great restaurant perfect for Sunday brunch, and strolling paths great for jogging or an evening walk. ”
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Parque
“Tower Grove Park is a wonderful asset for the neighborhood. Many of the local residents will use the park for family events, softball games, fountain during the summer, and other activities.”
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Parque
“This little park is an awesome way to check out Downtown. In the shadow of The Gateway Arch this little park is entertaining for kids and adults. If you drop by in the afternoon you can grab a bite at one of the many food trucks that park along side the park.”
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Parque
“Numerous events happen every month at this active park, check out the parks events: https://lafayettesquare.org/calendar/”
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Parque
“This is cool even if you don't have kids. There are huge stone turtle statues in this park. It is great for photos, and directly on your way to the zoo.”
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Parque
“This nearby park is another great site for walking or light biking. There's a nice fountain in the pond at the center of the park. There's also a great YMCA if you have a membership. ”
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Parque
“At least go view this tower, and if it happens to be open, for 5$ you will see some of the best panoramic views of the city (yes better than the arch).”
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Parque
“Compton Hill Reservoir Park is a 36-acre public park that includes the Compton Hill Water Tower and The Naked Truth statue. The water tower was built in 1898 and is one of only seven remaining standpipe water towers in the United States. The tower is open the first Saturday of each month and during Full Moons. Cost is $5 and you can climb to the top of the tower (198 steps) for a spectacular 360-degree view of St Louis. The Naked Truth Statue was quite controversial in its day and was a gift to St. Louis by the German-American Alliance in 1914. 4.4 miles”
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Parque
“If you're visiting St Louis you must visit the iconic Forest Park. Take a day and explore all the park has to offer (Zoo, Museums, golf and much, much more).”
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Parque
“Interesting trail that takes you along the river and old industrial areas of north STL.”
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Parque
“Great Coffee shop, tennis, racquetball, handball, playground & beautiful scenery. ”
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Parque
“Feed the ducks at a beautiful tiny park in a neighborhood full of dream-homes.”
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