Soulard is an economically and culturally-diverse neighborhood with one of St. Louis’ best Farmer’s Markets.

Soulard was named for Frenchman Antoine Pierre Soulard who came to the area in the late 1790s as a surveyor for the King of Spain. It is one of the oldest parts of the city with original housing stock dating from the mid- to late 1800s and exhibits a wide range of architectural styles, making it a historic preservation area.

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The Historic Farmer’s Market is a destination for the locals and for visitors from out of town.

Established permanent stores as well as pop-up booths make the market a bustling hub with just about every kind of fresh produce, meats, flowers, and novelties you can imagine. Stroll the market with a special market Margarita or Iced tea and take it all in.

Soulard is also an easily walkable, bike-able, or bus-able neighborhood. It's known for its nightlife and festivals. 

Soulard residents love their community and reasons to celebrateparticularly Mardi Gras. Also located within Soulard is the Anheuser-Busch Brewery, a must-do experience for anyone coming to St. Louis as well as longtime residents. The tour includes a visit to the massive brewing facilities and the beloved Budweiser Clydesdales. Hang out after the tour at their beautiful indoor/outdoor biergarten.

Soulard is nestled between South Broadway, 7th Boulevard, and where Highway 44 merges with Highway 55.

Neighborhood parks provide great green space for residents and include:  


Aboussie Park is on South 13th between Lynch and Sidney streets and provides simple landscaping, a curving footpath, and benches for sitting.
Frenchtown Dog Park is at the west end of Emmet Street.
Lyon Park, between Arsenal and Utah on South Broadway, features softball fields.
Pontiac Square Park provides green space between 9th and 10th and Shenandoah and Ann. A playground is featured here too.
Soulard Market Park, on the south side of Historic Soulard Market on Lafayette, is divided into two parts with a grassy area and playground.
Soulard Station Garden is on the northwestern corner of the neighborhood and part of the Beautification Program featuring gardens, a water feature and a 5-foot tall praying mantis sculpture.


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