1. Evelyn Harris

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    Great place to visit. Great place to take plenty of pictures. I really like visiting this place. I’ve been up to the top a couple times and the view is great, but don’t go on a hot day because it tends to get pretty stuffy up there. I would recommend this place to anyone visiting the arch.

  2. Michelle Webster

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    Worth it! Beautiful monument to the settlers’ westward expansion. Well managed by national park rangers with high security and an efficient ticketing process. Tickets are all valid for seven days, so visitors can return for more visits within the week.Park is charming with an entire world beneath it – informative, free Westward Expansion museum, two theaters, and two gift shops! The Arch ride to the top is not for everyone. Folks with claustrophobia or acrophobia should avoid it, but the museum and theaters are still a great value for everyone!.I saw the “Lewis and Clark” National Geographic film in one of the large screen theaters and loved it.

  3. Andre Outlaw

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    The arch is a monument that you should visit at least once on your lifetime. Its like most other monuments. It pretty much remains the same experience every time you visit. So there will be nothing new if you return every year but the first time there is normally a treat.He prepared for long wait times and long lines. I hear that the earlier you get there the better the wait time is. They also offer a chance to purchase tickets a day or so in advance so you can skip the ticket line all together. He advised though. You will be expected to choose a time that you want to head up to the arch when you buy the tickets in advance. I do not know what the policy is if you arrive late for the time you’ve chosen. I’ve Ben twice and I think I’ve had my fill. I’m sure St. Louis will be a weekend destination for years to come. But I will admire the Arch from afar while I’m there for the next few years.

  4. Erik Pasco

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    If you come during the busy season, surprise, it’s going to be busy. On a Tuesday morning in the off season, there is no reason to not go. Seriously, what else are you going to do in St Louis that is nearly as iconic. Levee Marketplace was a cute place to grab a coffee. The view from the Arch is the best in the Plains. The free history museum is, well it’s actually pretty bad. But spend the money to ride to the top and skip the museum.

  5. Ben Theis

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    Really cool, simple, and inexpensive experience and thing to do while in St. Louis. Definitely recommend as something you HAVE to do while in STL.