Independence Plaza Park Fountains

Independence Plaza Park is a unique park in that a major street, Independence Avenue, runs through it splitting into two smaller parks. The park on the north features play area for kids and open space. The park on the south is where the fountains are located.

There are two identical fountains in the south park. Each fountain has three tiers with ornate saucers of increasing size going downward. The fountains are circled by bricks with sidewalks criss-crossing through the park. The park is laid out symmetrically.

LOCATION

Independence Plaza Park, Independence Avenue and Park Avenue, Kansas City, MO

DESIGNER/ARTIST

Edward Buehler Delk

DATES

1996

OWNER

Kansas City Parks & Recreation Department

The City of Fountains Foundation holds an endowment for this fountain.

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