Located in the heart of St. Louis’s Grand Center Arts District, the Pulitzer Arts Foundation is home to exceptional works of art, architecture, and landscape design. The museum building, conceived by world-renowned architect Tadao Ando, anchors the campus and is surrounded by three distinct outdoor sites: Park-Like—a garden of native plants and pathways, the Spring Church—an open air stone pavilion and beloved landmark, and the Tree Grove—a shady picnic spot with oak and redbud trees.
Open and free to all, the Pulitzer is a cultural and civic asset to the St. Louis community and a popular destination for visitors from around the world.
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The Pulitzer Arts Foundation is built on land that Indigenous peoples have inhabited and traveled through for centuries. This territory is the ancestral home of the Illini Confederacy, Osage Nation, and Otoe-Missouria Tribe, among others, and contemporary home to many Native peoples. Learn more on our About page.