From Victorian Tower Grove Park to Utah Street (an Edwardian-era boulevard), South Grand Boulevard sparkles with fabulous architecture that has been home to a century of immigrants. Germanic-Americans lined the street with their beautifully crafted, terra cotta clad buildings. Shining, Midcentury Modern architecture punctuates the streetscape.
Today, people from St. Louis and from around the world have filled the historic storefronts with eateries featuring Asian culinary treats to American diner favorites, bars and vintage shops.
A true melting pot, South Grand holds onto its past while embracing the change that comes with time.
Tour Length: approx. 2 hrs. Miles: 1.5 Difficulty: Low