Fall at the St. Louis Art Museum

Forest Park

The St. Louis Art Museum with fall trees on the right and St. Louis’ namesake, King Louis IX of France, on the left. This is at the top of the iconic Art Hill, whose spectacular view is the site of picnickers during the summer and sleigh riding during the winter. These trees always are the highlight of fall color during the season and are worth the drive to see them.

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