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The Tram Ride to the Top is SOLD OUT for advanced reservations through SUNDAY, JUNE 26th, 2022. Same-day tickets may be available starting at 9a at the Gateway Arch ticket center, online, or via the Gateway Arch call center (877-982-1410).

A mandatory mask mandate is effective beginning Monday, June 6, 2022, regardless of vaccination status.
According to the CDC, St. Louis City and St. Louis County are at the High (Red) level due to increased cases of COVID-19. Following guidance from the National Park Service, the mandatory mask mandate is effective Monday, June 6 regardless of vaccination status for anyone entering federal buildings. Face coverings are available to visitors at the Arch Information Desk free of charge.

Gateway Arch visitors must enter the monument through the new west entrance, which faces Fourth Street and the Old Courthouse. The Gateway Arch legs have become exits only. Please allow at least 30 minutes to go through security.

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Experience a destination where the stories are as incredible as the views.  Welcome to Gateway Arch National Park!

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 monument in the United States.

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The Museum at the Gateway Arch

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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Submit Your Photos

Be a Part of Our History

Do you have a photo from a time you visited the Gateway Arch? We’re in search of visitor photos of the Gateway Arch from the past 50 years and beyond. Submit your photo below for a chance to have it displayed in an exhibit inside of the Gateway Arch tram loading areas.

Photos of the Arch’s construction, visits with family and friends, unique views of the amazing monument – we want them all!

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