Citygarden is located in downtown St. Louis, between 8th Street to the east, 10th Street to the west, Chestnut Street to the north and Market Street to the south.
For an interactive map of Citygarden itself, CLICK HERE.
Guidelines & Safety
THE SAFETY OF CHILDREN WHO COME TO CITYGARDEN IS THE SOLE RESPONSIBILITY OF THEIR CAREGIVERS.
Playing in or near water or on sculpture is inherently dangerous. Common sense and caution must be used by caregivers carrying out their responsibility. It is also expected that adults visiting Citygarden will treat it and one another with respect, thereby maintaining an atmosphere which provides enjoyment for all. Any activities that are incompatible with this atmosphere, are in violation of St. Louis City ordinances, or are disruptive to other patrons enjoying the art and landscape are prohibited.
1. No skateboarding, bike riding, or scooters, Segways, hoverboards, roller-skates, in-line skates, or other similar conveyances in the park.
2. No climbing on the waterfall or the limestone wall.
3. No barbecue grills or other picnic furniture are allowed in the park.
4. Playing in the Lower Basin and the Boat Basin is allowed for children only when Park Monitors are on duty, generally between Memorial Day and Labor Day. (The Spray Plaza is open between April 1st and November 1st, weather permitting.) Small children are required to wear swim diapers.
5. Dogs must be leashed at all times and all pet waste must be picked up and removed by owner.
6. No flotation devices or toys are allowed.
7. No adults may swim in the Lower Basin and the Boat Basin.
8. No private events are allowed, except those hosted at Kaldi’s Coffee at Citygarden.
9. No glass containers.
10. No filming or photography for promotional or commercial purposes.
11. No drones.
12. MEDIA GUIDELINES
SCULPTURE FOR A CITY
By Warren Byrd (Contributor), Robert Duffy (Contributor), Paul Ha (Contributor), Peter Mackeith (Contributor), Patricia Phillips (Contributor)
This beautifully designed, well-illustrated book documents St. Louis’s downtown sculpture park, Citygarden, which opened in 2009.”
“The 183-page book, produced by the foundation and published by Prestel, captures vivid, glossy and colorful photographs of sculptures designed by world-renowned artists. Additionally, the book is a commemoration of the foundation’s 30 year existence.”
Discover all of Citygarden’s beautiful sculptures in our interactive map.Open Map
Scarecrow, 2006 Tom Claassen
Untitled (Two Rabbits), 2004 Jonathan Clarke
Lifestyle, 2006 Niki de Saint Phalle
Adam & Eve, 1985-1989 Jim Dine
Big White Gloves, Big Four Wheels, 2008 Mark di Suvero
Aesop’s Fables, 1990 Jean-Michel Folon
Voyage, 1999 Laura Ford
Bird, 2007 Keith Haring
Untitled (Ringed Figure), 1987 Käi
Love Vs. Money, 2017 Fernand Léger
Femmes Au Perroquet, 1952 Aristide Maillol
La Riviere, 1938 – 1943 Ju Ming
Tai Chi Singlewhip, 1998 Igor Mitoraj
Eros Bendato, 1999 Julian Opie
Kiera & Julian Walking, 2002
Bruce & Sara Walking, 2007 Tom Otterness
Kindly Geppetto, 2001 Mimmo Paladino
Zenit, 1999 Martin Puryear
Untitled (Bench), 2008 George Rickey
Four Rectangles Oblique, 1979 Tony Smith
Night, 1962 Bernar Venet
2 Arcs X 4, 230.5 Degree, Arc X 5, 1999-2000 Erwin Wurm
Big Suit, 2010 Kan Yasuda
Door of Return, 2001 Jack Youngerman