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The Gateway Arch, is an arch that is the centerpiece of the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial in St. Louis, Missouri. It was built as a monument to the westward expansion of the United States. At 630 feet (192 m), it is the tallest man-made monument in the United States.
The views of St Louis are AMAZING!
The park is closed but you can still enjoy the view from the main road.
Interesting movie on the building of the arch...great tour
This is also a must when in St. Louis. Only $10 to go up.
The windows inside the top of the arch are so tiny, you'll need to fight for a spot to look outside
Glad I did it so it's off my bucket list but wow it's crowded and air conditioning couldn't keep up. I'm a bit claustrophobic so it was a challenge but the ride up and down is only 4 minutes.
So disappointed that the entire park was shut down due to construction.
Breathtaking views of all of STL. This is a must do if you're in the area
Because of remodelation is difficult to access right now
Beautiful stainless structure. Worth going to the top for sure -- unique elevator system and reasonably priced admission. Best views of the Mississippi.
Nice View, can looking all the St. Louis and Illinois
What else is there to say? Make sure you schedule your visit to go in the arch.
The St. Louis landmark is a fun place to start a 3-day road trip that follows the Mighty Missouri. Hit Jefferson City and end in Kansas City. Channel your inner Lewis & Clark the entire way!
The view from the top is incredible. You can even catch part of the baseball game if the Cardinals are in town.
A Must Visit 😍
Show up early! Do your best to beat the lines.
Tourist spot here in St.Louis MO.!👍
Stop, take a picture, leave.
Walk around the grounds, visit the museum under the Arch, and ride the little buckets to the top!
They are rebuilding the Plaza and fixing up the north tram, so tickets to the top are very limited right now. The museum is free though.
Try the big mac
The park around it is so serene.
Hey look! It's an arch!
Must to see, must to climb...
Get tickets online or be prepared for a wait. Wait is worth it though and there's plenty to do while waiting.
Can't fully put into words the magnificence of the gateway of the West. AMAZING views from the top viewing platform
Very cool. Nice park for jogging.
Very cool! Great view of Busch Stadium from the top of the arch.
Awesome! One of the best monuments in the U.S.
I highly recommend going to the top. On weekends plan to be in line for hours. We went during the week in August with no lines and saw the sunset. BEAUTIFUL! The museum is interesting as well.
Great view of the entire city and a ton of great history
A landmark and the symbol of Saint Louis for a reason
It's an American Icon and must be seen and admired if visiting St. Louis.
Very busy on the weekends, but going in the evening was AWESOME! Going up it was a lot of fun, and even though we didn't feel the Arch move, the view was awesome!
Book your ticket online for the Journey to the Top! Or else you'll likely wait for a couple of hours.
The ride to the top was cozy. The top of the arch was the most incredible view imaginable. Then on the ride down, there were only two of us in the "car" and it was still cozy, but even more fun!
Did you know? The viewing area at the top can hold up to 160 people.
Did you know? There are 16 windows on each side of the observation deck. Each have 7” x 27”
Did you know? The span is 630 feet at ground level between the outer sides of the legs.
Did you know? The arch is 630 feet, 63 stories, 192 meters, or 7560 inches tall.
Did you know? The structure was built as a monument to Thomas Jefferson and all those pioneers for who St. Louis was the Gateway to the West.
Don't go at 4:00am, learned that the stupid and hard way.