ATTENTION: The interior of the Gateway Arch will be temporarily closed for renovation from January 4 - March 2016.
Journey to the Top
Monument to the Dream Movie
One-Hour Sightseeing Cruise
Skyline Dinner Cruise
National Park Service Programs and Events
Arch View Café
Directions & Parking Information
Hours of Operation
Planning Your Visit
Summer: Daily, 8am–10pm
Winter: Interior, including the Tram to the Top, will be temporarily closed from January 4 until March 2016. Park grounds open from 9am - 6pm.
Temporary Arch Interior Closure (January 4 - March 2016), The interior of the Arch will be temporarily closed for renovation. Enjoy the Arch While Its Indoor Activities Are Temporarily Suspended: Here’s How
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Fall Specialty Cruises
Check out our fall specialty cruise lineup! Oktoberfest, Lock N Dam, Halloween & more! Reserve your spot today!
Arch 50 Fest
Saturday, October 24
October 24th's day-long celebration at Kiener Plaza in downtown St. Louis was a hit, drawing in a crowd of 10,000 people!
Wednesday, October 28
This Celebration of the Arch anniversary included a special visit from The TODAY Show, a special recognition ceremony, free cupcakes and topped off the day with lighting the Arch gold!
Meet the Builders
October 28 | Missouri History Museum
Meet the builders of the Gateway Arch was a FREE event held at the Missouri History Museum and also featured a free preview of the award-winning documentary "Monument to the Dream".
Bringing a Group
Tips for Groups
Bus Parking & Directions
Group Inquiry Form
Are you bringing a group to the Gateway Arch, Old Courthouse or Gateway Arch Riverboats? Please submit the Group Inquiry form. A group sales agent will contact you to answer your questions and to confirm your request.
You may also contact our Call Center at 877-982-1410 with questions.
Due to efforts to improve the Arch experience, interior access to the arch will not be available from January 4 - March 3.
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History of the Gateway Arch
Arch FAQs & Facts
50th Anniversary of the Gateway Arch
Future Vision of the Arch Grounds
Pardon our dust! Learn more about the project that's reshaping the Arch grounds!
Discover magnificent views from the top of St. Louis’ Gateway Arch—an iconic monument symbolizing the city’s role as early settlers pioneered westward years ago. See both the history and culture surrounding the city—from 630 feet high in this architectural wonder.
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Begin your experience by exploring the Old Courthouse, a historical landmark where Dred and Harriet Scott sued for freedom from slavery and Virginia Minor fought for women’s right to vote. Explore exhibits describing how St. Louis served as a hub for early settlers moving west.
Please Note: During construction, the Old Courthouse will also serve as a temporary Ticketing and Visitor Center for the Gateway Arch.
Watch an award-winning documentary showing how the Gateway Arch was completed, from early concepts to the installation of its final section. Discover how every detail of Saarinen’s design played part in successful construction of the awe-inspiring Gateway Arch.
Journey back in time with a ride on the only two riverboats on today’s St. Louis Riverfront. During a One-Hour Sightseeing Cruise or one of many specialty cruises, relax to the sound of paddle wheels churning the waters of the mighty Mississippi River and enjoy the best view of the city skyline.
Discover more during your visit to the Gateway Arch and Jefferson National Expansion Memorial with free, ranger-led programs offered by the National Park Service.
View the Gateway Arch from above, while enjoying a narrated tour of this historical city.
Enjoy cooked-to-order café fare while dockside at the Arch View Café, where you will find a spectacular view of the Arch.
Discover apparel, educational materials, toys and keepsakes to commemorate your visit to St. Louis and the Gateway Arch.