Museum of Westward Expansion
This subterranean museum, under the Arch, chronicles the Lewis and Clark expedition. Two theaters here show films throughout the day.
Jefferson National Expansion Memorial/Gateway Arch
As a symbol for St Louis, the arch has soared above any expectations its backers could have had in 1965 when it opened. The centerpiece...
Gateway Arch Riverboats
Churn up the Big Muddy on replica 19th-century steamboats. A park ranger narrates the midday cruises and those after 3pm sail subject to...
The Cardinals play in this fun, retro stadium, opened in 2006. Second only to the New York Yankees in World Series wins, they last won...
Gateway Arch information
Lonely Planet review
The centerpiece of the Jefferson National Park Service property, the silvery, shimmering Gateway Arch is the Great Plains' own Eiffel Tower. It stands 630ft high and symbolizes St Louis' historical role as 'Gateway to the West.