Forest Park Visitor Center

Spanish-style building with historic clock tower

The Forest Park Visitor Center was originally built in 1892 as a streetcar shelter. Today, it is a Spanish-style event space with the building’s original clocktower. Inside, the Visitor Center offers a large, open-concept space to allow your creativity, style and personality to shine through during the event. Complete with a modern banquet facility and state-of-the-art meeting rooms, the Forest Park Visitor Center is a great fit for any event from a wedding to a corporate event or fundraiser.

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The Forest Park Visitor Center was originally built in 1892 as a streetcar shelter. Today, the building’s distinctive Spanish architecture and the original clock tower serve as the perfect backdrop for events and meetings held in the park.

The Forest Park Visitor Center is home to a modern banquet facility and state-of-the-art meeting rooms. A large dining room displays the only remaining clock face original to the building and its beautiful Palladian windows overlook the park. The building’s open concept lends itself to creating an event uniquely yours. The Forest Park Visitor Center is located near many of park’s main attractions, including the Saint Louis Zoo, Saint Louis Art Museum and Missouri History Museum, and features convenient, free parking.

The Forest Park Visitor Center was originally built in 1892 as a streetcar shelter. Today, the building’s distinctive Spanish architecture and the original clock tower serve as the perfect backdrop for events and meetings held in the park.

The Forest Park Visitor Center is home to a modern banquet facility and state-of-the-art meeting rooms. A large dining room displays the only remaining clock face original to the building and its beautiful Palladian windows overlook the park. The building’s open concept lends itself to creating an event uniquely yours. The Forest Park Visitor Center is located near many of park’s main attractions, including the Saint Louis Zoo, Saint Louis Art Museum and Missouri History Museum, and features convenient, free parking.

The Forest Park Visitor Center was originally built in 1892 as a streetcar shelter. Today, the building’s distinctive Spanish architecture and the original clock tower serve as the perfect backdrop for events and meetings held in the park.

The Forest Park Visitor Center is home to a modern banquet facility and state-of-the-art meeting rooms. A large dining room displays the only remaining clock face original to the building and its beautiful Palladian windows overlook the park. The building’s open concept lends itself to creating an event uniquely yours. The Forest Park Visitor Center is located near many of park’s main attractions, including the Saint Louis Zoo, Saint Louis Art Museum and Missouri History Museum, and features convenient, free parking.

The Forest Park Visitor Center was originally built in 1892 as a streetcar shelter. Today, the building’s distinctive Spanish architecture and the original clock tower serve as the perfect backdrop for events and meetings held in the park.

The Forest Park Visitor Center is home to a modern banquet facility and state-of-the-art meeting rooms. A large dining room displays the only remaining clock face original to the building and its beautiful Palladian windows overlook the park. The building’s open concept lends itself to creating an event uniquely yours. The Forest Park Visitor Center is located near many of park’s main attractions, including the Saint Louis Zoo, Saint Louis Art Museum and Missouri History Museum, and features convenient, free parking.