Kirkwood Missouri Attractions

To get everyone in the holiday mood, we've compiled a list of attractions, events and activities in Kirkwood that will keep you and your family entertained throughout the day. Starting with Lewis and Clark's boathouse and continuing to pop up in other parts of the city, such as the Old Courthouse, Main Street Mall and even the old City Hall.

If you're not into gorgeous dollhouses and tiny artworks, visit the Greater St. Louis Miniature Museum. Or you can stop at the magnificent Beaux-Art Palace, home to the St. Louis Art Museum.

Land highlights the natural and cultural history of Missouri and is conveniently located next to the train station. Also close to Independence is the National Frontier Trails Museum, where you can learn how the American West was colonized. Learn more about the history and movement of the American people at the 1879 Chicago - Alton RR depot, located next to this museum.

There is a hands-on children's museum, which children of all ages can enjoy and explore - the Magic House. The Kansas City - St. Louis County Transportation Museum offers exhibitions tracing the region's transportation history, with a focus on the Missouri River, railroads and roads. Take a look at the exhibits and activities for children and adults, as well as a children's area.

From polar bears to sea lions, the St. Louis Zoo is a fantastic place to relax with children. The exhibits are mainly intended for small children, but in the Magic House everyone from grandparents to parents can have fun. In October, there is a $5 discount for two adults and four children when they visit the museum.

The Forest Park Trolley and bus are free on Sundays in 2018, and you can book a ride with Lyft or Uber from the park to Amtrak during your stay. For information on Amtrak fares and timetables, visit Amtrak.com or call 1-888-787-5500 or 1-888-787-5500.

If you're planning a trip between St. Louis and Kansas City, the Missouri River Runner train from Amtrak offers a relaxed way to travel between the two cities. The passenger train leaves Union Station in the west of the city and makes a 2-day trip to Kansas City, taking a total of 4 trips from St. Louis to Missouri City and back. RentalCars.com has great deals, and if you want to look around and explore the cities and their surroundings, renting a car in St. Louis is the best option.

The nearest Amtrak station in St. Louis is Forest Park, which can be reached by train in about 13 minutes. Amtrak is not a walk away, but there are a good 30 minutes to the Arch, which you can shorten to 15 minutes by MetroLink train at the St. Louis Amtrak station and then take the train to Kansas City in 30 minutes.

If you have time, take the train from St. Louis Amtrak Station to Kansas City MetroLink Station in about 15 minutes and then the MetroLink train to Forest Park.

Kirkwood Farmers Market is located in Kirkwood town centre and offers seasonal produce and plants. It is open all year round. There is also an area listed on the National Register of Historic Places in the area of the old St. Louis County Courthouse on the corner of Main Street and Main Street.

While thousands come to St. Louis to explore everything it has to offer, Amtrak trains are heading to the other side of the state to visit KC. You can book a ride on Amtrak's Missouri River Runner from the Kirkwood, MO train station, which is located just a few miles from downtown St. Louis, and stop at a number of stops along the river in the city, such as Kansas City, Kansas. At first, this was a "Do Things in St. Louis" trip for my motorcycle - loving my husband and me, but it was also fun!

We arrived at the right time at Union Station in Kansas City and walked right into downtown St. Louis, just a few blocks from the train station. The train provides free parking for Kirkwood residents, allowing them to stay connected with the rest of the city and their friends and family in the area.

Kirkwood attractions include the Powder Valley Conservation and Nature Center, a nature center and a hiking trail network. Nestled in a 112-hectare oak and hickory forest, you can hike three kilometres of paved trails and enjoy the sloping rocky forests with their tall trees, tangled vines and wild flowers. With free admission, it is a great place for the whole family to hike, learn and take nature photos for a day. It consists of a 1.5 km long asphalt road and a 2.2 km long path to the top of the mountain.

A Robert G. Reim Theater is located at the Kirkwood Community Center and is a nonprofit organization that produces several musicals a year. Y'all will find a variety of music and dance performances as well as concerts, concerts and other events.

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