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Milles Fountain

Market Street at 18th Street, Saint Louis, MO 63101
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Beautiful, worldly & peaceful

This fountain, located across from the Union Station Hotel was a pleasant addition to our evening... read more

Reviewed 20 August 2017
Barbara Y
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Refreshing

This fountain is right across the street from the Hilton Honors at Union Station. We saw it at... read more

Reviewed 14 August 2017
Nancy L
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Located across from historic Union Station, this magnificent fountain and sculpture represents the meeting of the Mississippi and Missouri rivers.
  • Excellent43%
  • Very good42%
  • Average10%
  • Poor5%
  • Terrible0%
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“union station” (10 reviews)
“figures” (3 reviews)
“mississippi” (2 reviews)
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Market Street at 18th Street, Saint Louis, MO 63101
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Reviewed 20 August 2017 via mobile

This fountain, located across from the Union Station Hotel was a pleasant addition to our evening walk. It feels very European!!! We had a couple of interesting people watching experiences there also. The fountain seems to bring out freedom of spirit..we saw a young man...More

Thank Barbara Y
Reviewed 14 August 2017 via mobile

This fountain is right across the street from the Hilton Honors at Union Station. We saw it at night and it was peaceful yet invigorating. There was a nice cool breeze that night and the fountain is truly beautiful and romantic.

Thank Nancy L
Reviewed 6 June 2017

Sculpted by Carl Milles in 1940, this group entitled "The Meeting of the Waters" represents the two great rivers and their seventeen tributaries, each of which have their own figure. Milles was a pupil of Auguste Rodin and evidence of his influence can be seen...More

Thank bsandrs
Reviewed 19 May 2017 via mobile

It's a nice place to sit and think of you are a city person, by that I mean if you don't mind the sound of motor vehicles.

Thank Daniel R
Reviewed 23 August 2016 via mobile

Very beautiful. I love this water fountain. Nice & cool. I love to go here to think and refect. I'm an art lover.

Thank Pinkie1
Reviewed 16 June 2016

This is located in a small park, right across the street from Union Station and is not to be missed. This is a beautiful piece of art, particularly at night with the fountain going and the lights on but any time is fun to see...More

Thank rduinc
Reviewed 24 May 2016 via mobile

While visiting St. Louis for a conference this happened to be right across the street from where I stayed. It's pretty. It's clean but not something I would go out of my way to visit.

Thank lrchisholm
Reviewed 17 April 2016 via mobile

For the art lovers, this is a beautiful piece of art. It is located by Union Station. It is very quiet around and brings peace.

Thank Wendy R
Reviewed 14 September 2015 via mobile

A little out of the way, but not too far from central downtown. A large scale and well executed sculpture with lots of symbolism. I enjoy art and sculpture more than my boy formed, but even he was able to enjoy this sculpture, despite it...More

Thank Curlygirl96
Reviewed 20 July 2015

If your downtown, this is a photo worthy stop. Located directly across from Union Station. Very unique artwork.

Thank Steve B
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