We never imagined the gargantuan size of this monument. Going to the top on the tram was an exhilarating pleasure for the adults as well as the kids.
Went here in June of 2013 with family to watch a Saint Louis game. We walked down to the arch after the game to watch the air show which was spectacular! It's always very very busy but the view were amazing and the air show was simply tremendous!
This was truly one of the outstanding attractions visited during our US holiday. From below ground level, to ground level and up to the top everything was excellent. The Arch to me is one of the most beautiful man-made structures in the world. The trip in the ‘tramway’ to the top is interesting to say the least and although the... More
The museum on the Arch property is absolutely spectacular. Although some parts seem a bit dated, the information is incredible. My favorite area was reading about peace medals and the relationships between the government and tribes and how the relationship changed over the years. The trip up into the arch of course is crowded with space for 5 people per... More
The Arch itself is one of the most beautiful man-made things in the world. It is so present and approachable while it's iconic and profound. The small museum below the arch is interesting and worth a visit. The trip to the top is anticlimactic, as the structure is best experienced from the outside. Be aware that you'll go through TSA-style... More
We really enjoyed our time at the arch. Once at the top you can stay as long as you'd like. The elevator ride up is quite an experience in that small dome. If you're visiting STL you should definitely make a stop to the arch. I'm willing to bet it would look a lot more impressive in the spring and... More
My family had an awesome experience at the arch. From the walkway leading up to the arch to the customer service to the actual experience inside the arch, the whole experience was fantastic. I fully recommend this trip to everyone.
In March, lines are manageable for Arch. A little annoying that we had to stand outside in the cold to wait to have our bags scanned, they could move the scanner farther down the ramp and let people wait inside. Arch itself was very cool, as was the museum. Must see
Be prepared for the airport style security checkpoint. Also if you want to purchase anything with a credit card once you are inside, you MUST have your ID or they will not accept your card. There are plenty of water fountains, but no real food or snack bar available. Navigating INTO the arch area is easy and signage is sufficient,... More
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