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The Gateway Arch is situated on the west bank of the Mississippi River, in St. Louis, Missouri. The 630 foot monument is part of Gateway Arch National Park along with the Old Courthouse. Gateway Arch National Park is one of over 400 units within the National Park Service, which is a bureau of the Department of the Interior.
Although at this time there is major construction on the Arch grounds, you may still take a ride to the top of the Arch. Spring and summer are busy times at the Arch. Sometimes we sell out of tickets to visit the top. Reserve your spot in advance online or by calling toll-free 877-982-1410.
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The Dred Scott Case, one of the most significant trials held at the Old Courthouse,
Virginia Minor and Women's Right to Vote.
Take a guided ranger led tour of the Old Courthouse.
Eero Saarinen the man who designed the Gateway Arch.
Materials and Techniques use in building the Arch.


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Last updated: May 30, 2018

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11. North 4th Street
St. Louis, MO 63102

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(314) 655-1600

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