ALERT: The Gateway Arch Ticketing & Visitor Center has relocated to the Old Courthouse at 11 N. 4th Street. The walking distance between the Old Courthouse and the Arch entrance at the SOUTH leg is approximately 0.3 miles (7 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 - 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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Walnut Street Bridge Now Open for Motorists!

March 14, 2014

Categories: Construction , St. Louis

walnut-bridge.jpgAn exciting development is happening downtown today: The new and improved Walnut Street bridge is re-opening for motorists!

The refurbished, wider bridge that extends over what is now Interstate 44 is open for two-way traffic. However, with the opening of this bridge comes the closing of northbound Memorial Drive between Walnut and Pine streets, and southbound Memorial between Chestnut and Market streets.

Traffic flows will reverse on Memorial between Walnut and Market and between Chestnut and Pine. Traffic in both those stretches will now travel north.

The new bridge is a key component in the construction of the Park Over the Highway for CityArchRiver 2015 project. Pedestrian access via the Walnut Street Bridge will be available in the coming weeks.

If you’re traveling to the Gateway Arch, Old Courthouse or Gateway Arch Riverboats, make sure to visit www.gatewayarch.com/directions or call 877-982-1410 for the latest information about your best routes to the Arch. Visitors to the Arch can park at the Arch Parking Garage, located at 200 Washington Avenue.

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