ALERT: Due to the shutdown of the federal government, the Gateway Arch and Old Courthouse, which are part of the National Park Service, are closed. They will resume operations during regularly scheduled hours as soon as the government re-opens. Ticketing and tram operations at the Gateway Arch and ticketing operations at the Old Courthouse are also closed. If you have purchased a scheduled tram ride to the top or Arch entry-only ticket during this time, your ticket price will be refunded as soon as possible. Other Gateway Arch Experience activities such as the Riverboats at the Gateway Arch and Gateway Helicopter Tours, which are NOT part of the National Park Service, are currently closed for the season. Please continue to check this site or call 877-982-1410 for additional information and updates on visiting these attractions. Please pay attention to the mainstream media or visit nps.gov/jeff for the announcement regarding the resumption of federal government operations. We apologize for any inconvenience.

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Humans of the Gateway Arch, Part 2

January 18, 2018
Categories: Development , Gateway Arch , National Park Service , St. Louis , Things to Do

As we count down the days until the grand opening of the Museum at the Gateway Arch and the monument’s new visitor center in July, we’re spotlighting a few of the dedicated and hardworking employees who help make the Arch such an amazing place to visit, work and play. Meet a few more “Humans of the Gateway Arch.” (And click here to read part one of this series!)

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Arch Builders Recognized with Commemorative Replica

April 6, 2017
Categories: Development , Gateway Arch , National Park Service , Construction

Fifty-five years ago in the small town of Warren, Penn., 280 men worked to weld, cut and fabricate 900 lbs of steel into what is now the Gateway Arch. 

To honor these men and their contributions to our beloved Gateway Arch, the Committee of Retired Boilermakers launched the “Baby Arch” campaign – with the goal of building a miniature replica of the Arch to recognize its original birthplace.

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