Tram rides to the top of the Arch will resume on July 8

There'll be a reduced number of people at the top of the Arch and you'll only be able to stay up there for 10 minutes.

Sam Masterson
June 30, 2020 - 2:53 pm

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) - Some say you're not a true St. Louisan until you've been to the top of the Gateway Arch. That service has been shut down since mid-March but is reopening on July 8. 

The Tram Ride to the Top reopens on Wednesday and so will the documentary movies and outdoor National Park Service walking tours.

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Face coverings will be required for tram riders 9-years-old and older, unless you have health conditions that prevent you from wearing a mask. There's also "significantly reduced capacity" on the trams as well as social distancing markers.

Once at the top of the Arch there is a 10-minute time limit for all guests. 

Disposable face coverings can be purchased for $1 at The Arch Store.

Free timed ticket reservations are required to enter the Arch facility and tickets for the tram ride and documentary showing can be purchases in advance online or over the phone beginning July 6 at noon. Reservations should be made at gatewayarch.com or by calling 877-982-1410.
 

The Gateway Arch National Park began a phased reopening on June 17.

The Old Courthouse will continue to stay closed. ​

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