The Arch is located in downtown St. Louis, Missouri, along the Mississippi Riverfront. The Arch, also known as the Gateway Arch, is a monument that commemorates the Western expansion of the United States and is our Nation's tallest monument. The Arch is part of the Gateway Arch National Park which also includes the Old Courthouse, the Museum at the Gateway Arch, and the Riverboats at the Gateway Arch. A visit to the Arch is not complete without going to the top! The trip to the top of the 630 feet high stainless steel Arch takes about 4 minutes, riding one of the innovative trams.
The Gateway Arch and the Museum are FREE to visitors and are open daily. The Arch grounds are open to the public from 5am-11pm daily. The Gateway Arch and Old Courthouse are open year-round but are closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's Day. Summer Hours run the Saturday before Memorial Day through Labor Day weekend. Winter Hours run the Tuesday after Labor Day through the Friday before Memorial Day weekend. See website for more info on current hours and to purchase single Tram tickets or combo activity tickets.
St. Louis Riverfront
11 North 4th Street
St. Louis, MO 63102
Gateway Arch Website, St Louis Gateway Arch - National Parks Service Website