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The Jefferson Memorial Park is situated between the Old Courthouse complex and the Gateway Arch in downtown St. Louis. Clean and well designed, the park is a tranquil respite in the middle of the two popular tourist sites. We spent a few extra minutes relaxing...More
The new Arch grounds and Jefferson National Expansion Memorial are not only impressive but well thought out and executed. St Louis proudly keeps this National Park looking fresh and inviting for visitors and native St Louisans as well.
I've visited St. Louis and been up in the arch a few times since it was built in the 60s. The improvements that were just recently completed made this trip the best.
The park surrounding the arch is huge and beautiful. Plan on spending some...More
saw the museum only, had done the ride up before and did not enjoy the cramped elevator cars particularly enjoyed the info about how the arch was constructed. This activity was at the end of a week of sightseeing and I was nearly toured and...More
You can visit all three in one area. It involves walking about half a mile to a mile to see everything. The Arch costs about $13.00 to go to the top. Not much to see once you get up there. The tam is Very cramped....More
I took my Girl Scout troop to visit the Arch in St. Louis but did not realize we would have this extra treat of seeing the courthouse where the Dred Scott trial was held.
It was fascinating and heartbreaking to learn about this historical building....More