As of Tuesday, June 19, all Gateway Arch visitors will enter the monument through the new west entrance, which faces Fourth Street and the Old Courthouse. The Gateway Arch legs will become exits only. Tram tickets will sell out early and often - advance tickets are strongly recommended. EACH guest planning to enter the Gateway Arch will be required to have EITHER a Tram Ride to the Top ticket or an Arch Entry-Only ticket to be allowed access to the facility.

Please Note: The Museum of Westward Expansion, located under the Gateway Arch is closed for significant renovations. The Grand Opening of the Museum at the Gateway Arch begins with a ribbon cutting event on Tuesday, July 3 at 10am - the facility will open at noon following the event that morning. The Museum galleries will be closed to the public until then.

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It’s the experience, above all.

Breathe in the majestic beauty from below. Have your breath taken away up top. From the thrilling views to the amazing stories, a visit to the Gateway Arch is an experience that never fails to inspire.

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Tram Ride to the Top

Great monuments inspire you to explore new heights. Precious few take you there. The unique tram will lift you 630 feet up to the top of the tallest man-made monument in the United States.

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The Museum at the Gateway Arch

The new museum opens on July 3!

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Trace the story of the Native Americans, explorers, pioneers, and rebels who made America possible. Featuring six themed exhibit areas, this innovative and interactive museum celebrates America’s pioneering spirit.

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Riverboat Cruises

Gain a new perspective on this magnificent monument while cruising the Mighty Mississippi. With a variety of sightseeing, dinner, and specialty outings to choose from, a riverboat cruise is a fun and relaxing addition to your Gateway Arch experience.

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Old Courthouse

Stand in the footsteps of American heroes at this beautifully restored federal courthouse. The site of several pivotal cases, the Old Courthouse is where the enslaved Dred and Harriet Scott sued for their freedom and Virginia Minor fought for women’s right to vote.

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Events

From stargazing workshops and yoga under the Arch to concerts, cruises, and holiday celebrations, there’s always something new to learn and do at the Gateway Arch.

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