Due to construction, The Arch Store (located in the visitor center below the Arch) will be closing early at 4pm on the following days: January 17 - 19 and 23 - 26. 

NOTICE: THE WHEELCHAIR LIFT AT THE OLD COURTHOUSE.  THE OLD COURTHOUSE WILL NOT BE ACCESSIBLE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. 

ALERT: The Tram Ride to the Top of the Arch is TEMPORARILY CLOSED for system improvements until March 2017. During the closure, no ticket is required for entry into the Arch facility which includes The Arch Store and the award-winning documentary, "Monument to the Dream" (free showings throughout the day). 


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.

BUY TICKETS

Host your next special event aboard one of two nineteenth-century paddle-wheel replicas on the St. Louis Riverfront. Your guests will admire the charm and history surrounding the city as they cruise the Mississippi River, listen to live entertainment and enjoy a delightful brunch.

Groups of 90 people or more will enjoy a buffet including:

  • Cheese Blintzes
  • French Toast
  • Sausage
  • Scrambled Eggs
  • Scrambled Eggs with Cheese
  • Tossed Salad
  • Fruit Salad
  • Shrimp Cocktail
  • Carved Prime Rib
  • Stuffed Chicken Breast
  • Two Seasonal Vegetables
  • Two Pastas
  • Fresh Rolls and Butter
  • Orange Juice, Milk and Chocolate Milk
  • Coffee and Iced Tea
  • Assorted Cakes
  • Seafood option available as a substitute or add-on.
2016 Schedule

This private charter includes one-half hour for boarding and a 2.5-hour cruise, based on availability, 9am–3pm daily.

2016 Pricing

Adult: $45
Child (age 3–12): $20
Prices are all-inclusive.

Please contact Natasha McIntosh at 314-923-3047 for preferred vendors or additional information about reserving a private charter aboard the Gateway Arch Riverboats.

For your convenience, view diagrams for the Tom Sawyer and Becky Thatcher riverboats here.

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