Kirkwood is an inner-ring suburb of St. Louis, located in St. Louis County, Missouri. Founded in 1853, the city takes its name from James Pugh Kirkwood, builder of the Pacific Railroad through the town. It was the first planned suburb located west of the Mississippi River. The train station of Richardsonian Romanesque style dates back to 1893. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the train station has become a symbol of the town. Among the four other buildings in Kirkwood listed on the NRHP is a Frank Lloyd Wright house in Ebsworth Park Foundation.
Kirkwood hosts The Greentree Festival every September. The Greentree Festival has many things to do such as arts and crafts for kids and various different foods from different cultures. Greentree has been a tradition for over 50 years. The festival consists of a parade and a fair held in Kirkwood park. The festival was originally created to replace the drought-stricken trees in the park. Additionally, the Magic House, St. Louis Children’s Museum has become a popular family attraction for the region. Originally opened in 1979, the Museum receives over 500,000 visitors annually and has been visited by more than 10 million people since its opening. Zagat ranked The Magic House as America’s top travel destination based on child appeal.
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