St. Louis, Missouri gardens

St. Louis, Missouri Gardens

featuring Earl Klugh's "Open Road"

Dozens of parks are hidden in the cityscape of St. Louis, Missouri. The most famous might be the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial, the home of the Gateway Arch that also includes acres of landscaped grounds and two large ponds. However, the city also holds the Missouri Botanical Garden, the nation’s oldest continuously-operated botanical garden.

Some views of the Missouri Botanical Garden featured in this video include the the park’s Victorian District and the domed Climatron, a tropical greenhouse that spans 24,000 square feet with no interior structural support.

Earl Klugh is contemporary jazz guitarist originally from Detroit, Michigan. Since his first album in 1976, Klugh has received twelve career Grammy nominations and produced more than twenty albums– five of them reaching No. 1 on the jazz charts. Klugh is a favorite of adult contemporary radio and regarded by some to be one of the best acoustic guitarists in the world.


Explore St. Louis: Convention & Visitors Commission
Missouri Botanical Garden
Jefferson National Expansion Monument
Earl Klugh Official Site

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