Eternal Flame Park

Between Olive and Pine and 13th and 14th Streets
Saint Louis, MO 63101

Eternal Flame Park, named by the Board of Aldermen in 2003, gets its name from the flame on the American Legion Founding Commemorative Monument. It was built on the park land between Olive and Pine and 13th and 14th streets by the Monument Builders of America after a convention in St. Louis in 1942.
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