Tram Tickets for Friday, April 28, 2017 are SOLD OUT. Next day tram tickets are currently available for purchase online, through our call center or on-site.

ALERT: The Gateway Arch Ticketing & Visitor Center has relocated to the Old Courthouse at 11 N. 4th Street. Please note the walking distance between the Old Courthouse and the Arch entrance at the NORTH leg is approximately 7.5 blocks (10-15 minutes of average walking time). EACH guest planning to enter the Gateway Arch will be required to have EITHER a Journey to the Top ticket or an Arch Entry-Only ticket to be allowed access to the facility.  Tram tickets will sell out early and often in the Spring - advance tickets are strongly recommended. 

 

Please Note: The Museum of Westward Expansion, located under the Gateway Arch is closed for significant renovations. Certain artifacts from the Museum are on display in exhibit galleries at the Old Courthouse.

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Kicking It with the Saint Louis Football Club on April 22

April 21, 2017
Categories: Gateway Arch , St. Louis , Things to Do

​Once again, the Gateway Arch is a proud sponsor of the Saint Louis Football Club this year!

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JOIN US FOR NATIONAL PARK WEEK

April 13, 2017
Categories: Arch Grounds , Gateway Arch , National Park Service , St. Louis , Old Courthouse , Things to Do

The month of April not only brings us showers (and hopefully May flowers), but it also brings us National Park Week! From exploring your go-to park to discovering a new favorite, there are over 400 national parks in the U.S., and SIX specifically in Missouri, including the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial. Free, family-friendly, interactive programs will be available at the Old Courthouse all week long. We hope you can join us for the fun!

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All Aboard the Gateway Arch Riverboats!

March 24, 2017
Categories: Gateway Arch , Riverboats , St. Louis , Things to Do

The air smells of freshly mowed grass at Busch Stadium; sweet tunes fill Forest Park as The Muny prepares for its 2017 season; and the Gateway Arch Riverboats are sparkling in the Missouri sun – it’s officially springtime in St. Louis!

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Women’s History Month at the Old Courthouse

March 3, 2017
Categories: National Park Service , St. Louis , Old Courthouse , Things to Do

March is Women’s History Month, and to celebrate all women both past and present, the Old Courthouse hosts special programs and events that spotlight St. Louis’ nationally significant, local women's history. 

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Guide to Mardi Gras in STL

February 24, 2017
Categories: St. Louis , Things to Do

It’s no secret that St. Louisans love a good excuse to celebrate. Whether that’s the Arch’s 50th birthday or a Cardinals win – we’ll flood the streets with people any day of the year.

But did you know that apart from celebrations in New Orleans, one of the largest Mardi Gras celebrations happens right here in St. Louis? This weekend, over 200,000 people will head to Soulard for live entertainment, good food and drinks, and of course the annual Mardi Gras Parade led by the Budweiser Clydesdales.

We’re seasoned veterans of Mardi Gras in STL, and below you’ll find some great tips on how to prepare for the festivities!

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President Ulysses S. Grant’s February Milestones

February 17, 2017
Categories: National Park Service , St. Louis , Things to Do

Although Presidents’ Day was originally established in 1885 in recognition of George Washington, the federal holiday is now a day to commemorate all U.S. presidents.  

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50 Years of the St. Louis Blues

January 27, 2017
Categories: St. Louis , Things to Do

The Blues are celebrating their 50th anniversary year (the franchise’s first game was on October 11, 1967), and we are excited to commemorate this milestone with them.

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Warm Up with Indoor Activities in St. Louis

January 20, 2017
Categories: St. Louis , Things to Do

The unpredictable St. Louis winter weather has most of us walking around in a slump of fatigue, and we can almost bet most of us are hoping the groundhog does not see his shadow in just a few short weeks. But until then, there are plenty of indoor activities around town that will keep us busy – from new exhibits to musical shows and concerts, St. Louis sure knows how to keep our minds off summer! 

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Happy Birthday, George Washington Carver!

January 13, 2017
Categories: Things to Do

George Washington Carver is best remembered for his research into the commercial uses for the peanut. He was born 153 years ago this month, in Diamond, a small town in southwestern Missouri.

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1767 Holiday Spirit

January 6, 2017
Categories: National Park Service , St. Louis , Old Courthouse , Things to Do

This Saturday, January 7, the Old Courthouse hosts the 1767 Twelfth Afternoon Ball, in which visitors will be transported back in time to Colonial America and celebrate the holiday season just how St. Louisans did in 1767.

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