Monday, August 25 marks the 98th anniversary of the founding of the National Park Service. In honor of this special day, we’ve asked Stacy Speas, Supervisory Park Ranger at Jefferson National Expansion Memorial, to pen a post about national parks and the exciting celebratory events Jefferson National Expansion Memorial has in store for the anniversary.
Planning a visit to the Arch or Riverboats in June? Please be aware of the following detours and construction updates surrounding CityArchRiver 2015 renovations, including a major road closure taking place this weekend, June 6-8.
Fitness, film, and fun… OH, MY! Saturday, May 24 is just around the corner, and we are excited to kick off summer with a day full of special events—including the introduction of classic movie nights at the Arch.
Wow your friends, family and coworkers with your ‘overarching’ knowledge of everything Gateway Arch! Here are a few fun facts about your favorite famous federal feature for this Friday. (Who here likes tongue twisters?)
Spring has officially sprung at the Arch–and we have these beautiful photos from our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram friends and followers to prove it!
Tuesday, April 22 is Earth Day. And in light of this day of awareness, we wanted to share how the Arch is lending its hand in protecting the environment.
The Grand Canyon, Yellowstone, Jefferson National Expansion Memorial… It’s no secret: We heart our national parks!
Do you hear that? The infamous batter-up tune, the loud cheers of the crowd, the click of the bat, and the roar of the stadium as the high fly ball soars over the left-field fence for a home run…
It’s lights out for the Gateway Arch this Saturday, as the 630 ft. steel structure will turn off its non-essential lights for one hour at 8:30 pm local time in celebration of the World Wide Fund for Nature’s (WWF) Earth Hour, observed March 29 throughout the world.
They’re located downtown on the riverfront; set sail daily during the spring, summer and fall months; and have been providing fond memories for millions of passengers throughout the years. The Tom Sawyer and Becky Thatcher—aka, the Gateway Arch Riverboats—have been part of St. Louis history for decades. But do you know THEIR storied history?
An exciting development is happening downtown today: The new and improved Walnut Street bridge is re-opening for motorists!