St. Louis, MO's Gateway Arch has been reimagined for you

The Gateway Arch

Reimagined for you

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Kevin M. Mitchell
 
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The Arch project transformation will be completed in July of 2018, but locals and visitors alike are discovering there’s much to enjoy right now.

The Gateway Arch has made the area a happening destination packed with activities including blues concerts, yoga classes, street hockey games, wine tastings, winter ice skating and more. Scroll down to start planning.

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Get the 2018 St. Louis Visitors Guide
Check out our visitors guide for a complete list of great places to eat, shop, play and stay in St. Louis. Inside, you’ll find helpful maps, information about local neighborhoods and all the must-see attractions the Gateway City has to offers, from nightlife and sports to family-friendly, music and theater.
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  • The Arch. Enjoy a clever 60s-themed interactive experience prior to your tram ride to the top of the country’s tallest man-made monument.
  • Kiener Plaza. Now there’s more open space, a concert area, fountains and an awesome playground.
  • The Riverfront. This is open in all its glory, as is the bike and pedestrian path along it.
  • The River. Take an enchanting one-hour sightseeing journey back in time aboard the Gateway Arch Riverboats.
  • Acres of Park. The area around the Arch is more beautiful than ever with a destination park perfect for picnicking and snapping selfies with the Arch in the background.
  • The History. Walk around and learn about the history of the park from the 18 historical markers placed throughout the grounds.
Click to view the Gateway Arch Park map.
Kiener Plaza, Courtesy Gateway Arch Park Foundation
Kiener Plaza, Courtesy Gateway Arch Park Foundation
Blues at the Arch in St. Louis, MO, courtesy Gateway Arch Park Foundation
Blues at the Arch, Courtesy Gateway Arch Park Foundation
Gateway Arch in St. Louis, MO, courtesy of Dan Donovan
Gateway Arch, Courtesy of Dan Donovan
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