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Wow I was do impressed with this park. It was absolutely stunning and well taken care of. And there is so much to do in this park, the zoo, museums, boat rentals, golf course, running trails, you name it this park has it.
What a gorgeous park! I am so impressed with the mix of museums and outdoor features here. We arrived before the flowers were in bloom but I can envision how gorgeous that will be this Spring. I highly recommend this area!
I was at Forest Park most of the afternoon on Saturday and on Sunday this past weekend. I had lunch with a friend at the Boathouse and we visited the Art Museum. On Sunday we walked at FP with different friends.
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It's a park and I realize that I probably have only seen a very small part of it right around the art museum and the zoo and obviously this time of year everything is still kind of dead but it was still fun to walk...More
A nice, big park with lots to see. During my visit in December, it was quite peaceful with few other visitors. However, it seems like it would be bustling in the warmer months. There are numerous attractions here, but I just wish there was a...More
On only our second visit to St. Louis (both times in winter), this was the first time we made it to Forest Park, courtesy of the locals that were driving us around. It was winter weather with snow on the ground and frozen ponds. However,...More
Forest Park consists of over 1,300 gorgeous acres. A wonderful group called Forest Park Forever, has returned the park to it's former beauty. It was the site of the 1904 World's Fair and unfortunately, only 1 building from that era remains. It is the St....More
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Starts at 10??and believe the bus ends at 7pm but that may change for special events and/or seasons or when zoo closes ( go to the zoo!!) . Price ( exact cash only) is for full day. You ll pay when getting on bus and a tix... More
Starts at 10??and believe the bus ends at 7pm but that may change for special events and/or seasons or when zoo closes ( go to the zoo!!) . Price ( exact cash only) is for full day. You ll pay when getting on bus and a tix ( which our driver never bothered to punch for day/month) was given to us. That meant we could just use it another time as well but we didn’t, it’s certainly inexpensive enough. Pay once for full day in/off as much as you want. Grab a map at the welcome center, see where u want to go and the stops. Much to see and most FREE, enjoy!
Clearly you got caught in zoo traffic coming in off on Hampton. The better options, even if you are going to the zoo is too get off at either end of the park (McClausand or Kingshighway). We were at the park yesterday and... More
Clearly you got caught in zoo traffic coming in off on Hampton. The better options, even if you are going to the zoo is too get off at either end of the park (McClausand or Kingshighway). We were at the park yesterday and saw the traffic at the zoo - we were walking.
Google Forest Park and study a map to figure out where you want to go. Traffic is very manageable unless you are near the zoo.