During the fall the trees on the rim of Art Hill turn a bright red. In the middle of the rim is the stature of Saint Louis and during an early morning walk you can see the recent Blue Moon. Below id the Grand Basin, a body of water that was the centerpiece of the 1905 Worlds Fair.
Located between the Saint Louis Art Museum and the Grand Basin, expansive Art Hill is one of Forest Park’s most iconic and beloved locations. It is home to summer picnics and winter sledding, concerts and film series and much more.