Do you want to see Saint Louis for its highest point? Then check out the Gateway Arch in Saint Louis, Missouri. This impressive arch shaped Stainless Steel monument is a product of incredible architectural design and construction. The Journey to the Top Tour allows visitors to see the experience unforgettable views of the city of Saint Louis and the Mississippi River from the city’s highest point.

Experience the Gateway to the West at the Gateway Arch

The Saint Louis Gateway Arch is one of the most famous structures in America. Originally built to signify America's expansions into the Western United States, the 630 ft arch remains the tallest man-made structure in the country. Located in central St. Louis, Missouri on the Western bank of the Mississippi River, the Gateway Arch is a magnificent monument and breathtaking to behold. Visitors can visit the top of the arch on the "Journey to the Top' tour which gives unbeatable views over the city and iconic American river. 

After a short tram ride to the top, the "Journey to the Top" tour at the Gateway Arch will take you 630 ft into the sky. You can listen to audio from construction workers who talk about what it was like to fit the last piece of the arch onto the top on October 28, 1965. After you have finished at the top, head to the Museum of Expansion inside the arch which houses exhibits on the Old West and the pioneers who pushed for Western Expansion.

If you are visiting St. Louis, the "Journey to the Top' tour at the Gateway Arch is a must-see attraction!

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