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The National Park Service (NPS) has announced the temporary closure of Gateway Arch National Park, which includes the Gateway Arch and Old Courthouse, beginning Wednesday, March 18 until further notice due to the evolving COVID-19 health situation. The health and safety of visitors, employees, volunteers, and partners is the park’s number one priority. NPS is working with federal, state, and local authorities to closely monitor this rapidly changing situation. When appropriate, Gateway Arch National Park will notify the public when it resumes full operations via traditional media, as well as online at nps.gov/jeff and gatewayarch.com and on social media (@GatewayArchNPS). Those who have pre-purchased Tram Ride to the Top tickets will receive full refunds. For questions regarding ticketing, please email info@gatewayarch.com.

Riverboats at the Gateway Arch Operations Temporarily Suspended — Effective immediately and until further notice, per the recommendation from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to limit social gatherings and events to 50 people or less, the Riverboats at the Gateway Arch are temporarily suspending operations due to the evolving COVID-19 health situation. Those who have pre-purchased Riverboat tickets will receive full refunds. For questions regarding ticketing, please email info@gatewayarch.com.

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. Tram tickets will sell out early and often - advance tickets are strongly recommended. Please allow at least 30 minutes to go through security.

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STL Moves – 2020 Transportation Month

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Join us in May 2020 for programs, events and experiences free and open to all!

By air. By water. By train. By tram. In every way, St. Louis is on the move! Join us all May in celebrating the past, present and future of transportation in the St. Louis region with stlmoves at Gateway Arch National Park and the St. Louis Riverfront.

St. Louis is rich in transportation history, from steamers and riverboats lining our riverfront in the 1800s, to one of the most unique transportation systems in the world – the Gateway Arch’s historic Tram Ride to the Top. This May, the Arch and St. Louis Riverfront will be “movin’” with activities, lectures, displays and demonstrations all celebrating movement – whether it’s the flight of birds or planes, the workings of riverboats, the advent of modern transit, or simply highlighting local trails to get around by bike or on foot.

Transportation Expo – May 2

stlmoves kicks off Saturday, May 2 with the Transportation Expo from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Arch and along the riverfront. All ages and abilities are invited to partake in an array of activities and interactive experiences from organizations across our region. There is something for everyone!

Stay tuned for more details about other activities throughout the month, including an art exhibit, Imagination Contest for kids, speakers, programs and much more. We hope to see you at the Arch and Riverfront in May!

 

stlmoves, a celebration of transportation in the St. Louis region, is a month long, free series brought to you by Gateway Arch National Park partners National Park Service, Bi-State Development, Gateway Arch Park Foundation, Jefferson National Parks Association and Great Rivers Greenway. 

If your organization is interested in joining us on May 2, please take a moment to complete the form provided below.

 

 

Transportation Expo Form

ALERT

The National Park Service (NPS) has announced the temporary closure of Gateway Arch National Park, which includes the Gateway Arch and Old Courthouse, beginning Wednesday, March 18 until further notice due to the evolving COVID-19 health situation. The health and safety of visitors, employees, volunteers, and partners is the park’s number one priority. NPS is working with federal, state, and local authorities to closely monitor this rapidly changing situation. When appropriate, Gateway Arch National Park will notify the public when it resumes full operations via traditional media, as well as online at nps.gov/jeff and gatewayarch.com and on social media (@GatewayArchNPS).

Riverboats at the Gateway Arch Operations Temporarily Suspended — Effective immediately and until further notice, per the recommendation from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to limit social gatherings and events to 50 people or less, the Riverboats at the Gateway Arch are temporarily suspending operations due to the evolving COVID-19 health situation.

Those who have pre-purchased Tram Ride to the Top or Riverboat tickets will receive full refunds. For questions regarding ticketing, please email info@gatewayarch.com.