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  • Visiting the Gateway Arch: Enter the monument through the Gateway Arch Visitor Center, which faces Fourth Street and the Old Courthouse. The Gateway Arch legs are exits only. Please allow at least 30 minutes to go through security.



Thank you for your interest in the Gateway Arch and Riverboats at the Gateway Arch!

The Gateway Arch has temporarily suspended the acceptance and processing of all donation applications due to limited ticket capacity. We are hopeful that we can reintroduce a donation program in the future.

The Riverboats at the Gateway Arch are accepting donation requests for charitable events on a limited basis. Please contact our Call Center at (877) 982-1410 to make your request. We may ask for a formal written request to be emailed at the time of the request.

Riverboats at the Gateway Arch Donations FAQs

Our donations will be mailed as (2) St Louis Riverfront Cruise ticket vouchers. Each voucher is valid for one person.
Reservations are not required but are recommended when redeeming vouchers. To make a reservation, contact our Call Center at (877) 982-1410; make sure to have voucher numbers and specific date and times ready for the Call Center agent.
Yes. Due to high visitation periods, blackout dates apply to the donated vouchers.
The cash value for two (2) St. Louis Riverfront cruise vouchers is $48.
No. The donation of these vouchers does not constitute the endorsement of an organization, sponsorship of any event, or the right to use the name Riverboats at the Gateway Arch in any marketing or advertising materials. No goods or services will be provided in exchange for this donation.
We ask that no written confirmations or thank you notes be mailed.
Yes. The vouchers will expire 12 months from the date they are printed and mailed (date will be noted on the vouchers).
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