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The Gateway Arch: See 30 miles in every direction and 200 years into the past.View More Attractions

The Gateway Arch: See 30 miles in every direction and 200 years into the past.
More than 200 years ago, Lewis and Clark set out on their great journey. Today, the Gateway Arch stands as the iconic monument symbolizing the westward expansion of the United States. And if you've never seen the grandeur of this architectural wonder or the breathtaking views of St. Louis 630 ft. in the air — now is your chance.

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The Gateway Arch: See 30 miles in every direction and 200 years into the past.
Riverboat CruisesView More Attractions

Riverboat Cruises
Take a ride on replica 19th-century paddle-wheel boats, Tom Sawyer and Becky Thatcher, located on the riverfront below the south leg of the Gateway Arch.

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Riverboat Cruises
Movies at the ArchView More Attractions

Movies at the Arch
Watch the breathtaking construction of the Arch in Tucker Theater, or relive the lives of pioneers making their way across the old West on the Odyssey Theater’s four-story screen complete with THX® Sound.

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Movies at the Arch
Gateway Arch ShoppingView More Attractions

Gateway Arch Shopping
Take home a piece of St. Louis history! The Gateway Arch Museum Store, Levee Mercantile, Gateway Arch Riverboat Gift Shop, and Old Courthouse Museum Store offer a wide selection of souvenirs, period-authentic snacks, apparel and educational gifts related to the Gateway Arch and Westward Expansion.

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Gateway Arch Shopping
Museum of Westward ExpansionView More Attractions

Museum of Westward Expansion
Take a journey into the past and see the tools, guns, animals and wagons of the explorers, pioneers, cowboys and Native Americans who helped forge our nation.

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Museum of Westward Expansion
Old CourthouseView More Attractions

Old Courthouse
The Old Courthouse is the site where an enslaved husband and wife, Dred and Harriet Scott, sued for their freedom, and Virginia Minor sued for a woman’s right to vote in 1872.

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Old Courthouse
Jefferson National Expansion MemorialView More Attractions

Jefferson National Expansion Memorial
The Gateway Arch reflects St. Louis' role in the Westward Expansion of the United States during the nineteenth century. The park is a memorial to Thomas Jefferson's role in opening the West, to the pioneers who helped shape its history, and to Dred Scott who sued for his freedom in the Old Courthouse.

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Jefferson National Expansion Memorial
Helicopter ToursView More Attractions

Helicopter Tours
Get a bird’s-eye view of the beautiful city of St. Louis and beyond.

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Helicopter Tours
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See 30 miles in every direction and 200 years into the past!

200 years ago, Lewis and Clark set out on their great journey. Today, the Gateway Arch stands as the iconic monument symbolizing the westward expansion of the United States. And if you’ve never seen the grandeur of this architectural wonder or the breathtaking views of St. Louis 630 ft. in the air — now is your chance.

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Important Notice: The north leg entrance to the Gateway Arch is temporarily closed for maintenance. The south leg entrance will remain open and accessible during this time. Continuing through October 2015, the Gateway Arch grounds and surrounding streets will be under construction as a result of the CityArchRiver 2015 project. Additional travel time may be necessary while planning a trip to the Gateway Arch. Detour Information: New Route to the Arch Parking Garage Book your Gateway Arch Drury Hotels Package!Check out the new Gateway Arch Experience blog!

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