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Kirkwood Attractions

The Magic House

516 S Kirkwood Rd
St. Louis, MO 63122
Hours change daily

Kids driving you mad with energy?  Plan a day trip to Kirkwood’s Magic House.  This museum has tons of activities for kids that are not only fun, but also teach them all about science.  And the whole time, the kids won’t even know they’re learning.  The multitudes of interactive experiments are sure to make them happy.  There are “small towns,” a toddler-only area, a sand castle area and much more. But it’s not just for the kids; adults have fun playing with toys too.  With the new expansion it can get pretty crowded, so the best time to visit is probably during the week.  The best part? Driving home a car full of passed out children.

Greenbriar Hills Country Club

12665 Big Bend Blvd.
Kirkwood, MO 63122

Looking for something to do? How bout a round of golf in a central location? Or maybe you’d prefer swimming or just gathering with friends.  There’s no better place to go than Greenbriar  Hills Country Club, a private, not for profit country club.  The staff here are the friendliest around and are sure to make your experience one you’ll never forget.  Besides all the championship golf, swimming and tennis, there is also six dining areas, a ballroom for up to 260 guests, and 25 major social events every year.  Join today and see why Greenbriar Hills Country Club will have you making new friends in a heartbeat.

Powder Valley Nature Center (Russell E. Emmenegger Nature Park)

11715 Cragwold
Kirkwood, MO 63122
Trails: 8am-6pm
Building: Tues-Sat: 8am-5pm

On a beautiful day in St. Louis, there’s no better way to experience the scenery than visiting Powder Valley Nature Center in Kirkwood.  Enjoy three miles of paved trails through 112 acres of lush forests and sloping rocks.  Conveniently located near highways 270 and 44, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t hop on over and experience the beauty yourself.
Historic Neighborhoods and Historic Downtown
Is it just another one of those boring Saturday mornings?  Take a trip through some of Kirkwood’s neighborhoods where many of the homes have been included in the National Register of Historic Places.  No two homes look the same, making it a very entertaining experience.  Afterward, head to the historic downtown where you’ll find plenty of shopping and dining to delight anyone.  And don’t miss the Kirkwood Train Station!

Kirkwood Farmer’s Market

150 East Argonne Dr.
Kirkwood, MO 63122
April 1-Sep 25: Mon-Fri: 9am-6pm, Sat: 8am-5pm
October: Pumpkin Patch Sun-Sat: 9am-8pm
Nov-Dec: Christmas Market Sun-Sat: 9am-9pm

What better to do on a Saturday morning than head to the local Farmer’s Market to find the freshest food.  With a convenient location in downtown Kirkwood, the Kirkwood Farmer’s Market serves as a place to dine, shop and have fun with friends.  Plus it’s not just a market.  They also hold an annual Earth Day celebration in April, the Festival of Food and Flowers in May and the Peach Festival in July.  So next time you’re looking to buy some produce, why not go to the Kirkwood Farmers Market.  If not for the food, go for the experience.

Grant’s Trail

Grant’s TrailHolmes Ave
Kirkwood, MO 63122

Do you love to bike, hike or be outdoors?  Then check out Grant’s Trail in Saint Louis.  One of the main trailheads is located in Kirkwood, just north of 1-44 off Big Bend Road and Holmes.  This 8-mile trail is great for an outdoor adventure.  It’s great for kids (there’s even a little park at the Kirkwood Trail Head), and it’s not crowded during the week.  But on the weekends, be prepared to hang out with several other outdoor enthusiasts.  There are plenty of places to stop and get a drink or take a break, too.  So what are you waiting for?  Get out there today!

Mudd’s Grove

Mudd's Grove302 W. Argonne Dr.
Kirkwood, MO 63122

Currently owned by the Kirkwood Historical Society.  Build in 1860 and designed in a classic Greek Revival style this three story antebellum house was completed for real estate developer John Hoffman.  Henry T. Mudd and his family were the first occupants, hence the name.  A museum can be found inside, and Mudd’s Grove can now be rented out for small intimate events or larger ones outside. A great place to enjoy Kirkwood history, while making some new history of your own.

Kirkwood Community Center

Kirkwood Community Center111 S. Geyer Rd.
Kirkwood, MO 63122

When you’re left with nothing to do, stop by the community center in Kirkwood.  You’ll find a pool that has slides and lazy rivers and tons of space to catch a tan in the summer. And don’t forget the ice rink inside!  Whether you desire a relaxing day on the beach or an adventurous day of fun, the Kirkwood community center has it all!  There are team sports options as well as open rink times.  The facilities are large enough to accommodate your party, no matter the size.  So plan ahead and give the community center a call to see what they can do for you!

Walker Lake

Walker Lake111 S Geyer Rd.
Kirkwood, MO 63122

Kirkwood is a beautiful place, and the city park is no exception.  Walker Lake sits at the center of it all, with a beautiful fountain to entertain the eyes.  It even has areas for fishing and feeding the many ducks.  You’ll find plenty of trout, bass, sunfish, and catfish at your disposal.  There are plenty of benches to enjoy the views, and there is a paved walking trail, so it’s handicap friendly.  For your next picnic or outdoor adventure, consider Walker Lake at the Kirkwood city park.

Kirkwood Train Station

Kirkwood Train Station110 W Argonne Dr.
Kirkwood, MO 63122

Downtown Kirkwood has been a regional destination for area residents since the trains began boarding passengers at Kirkwood Train Station in 1853.  Unique and historic, trains still come and go daily dropping off and loading passengers that choose to enjoy an “old time” method of transportation.  Currently, Kirkwood Train Station can also be rented out for small events.  Tour this fantastic historic building.


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