Gateway Arch Fast Facts
How big is Gateway Arch National Park?
Gateway Arch covers a total area of 91 acres or 0.14 square miles.
How many people visit Gateway Arch National Park?
1,145,081 people visited Gateway Arch in 2021. A table showing all years can be found at Gateway Arch Visitation Stats.
When was Gateway Arch National Park created?
Gateway Arch was made a national park on February 22, 2018.
What are the highest and lowest elevations in Gateway Arch National Park?
Gateway Arch’s extremely small size makes for little difference between high and low. The elevation is around 450 feet.
What time zone is Gateway Arch National Park located in?
Gateway Arch is in the Central Time Zone.
How much does it cost to enter Gateway Arch National Park?
The entrance fee for Gateway Arch is $3 per person. Tram rides are extra and museum entry is free.
Five Random Facts About Gateway Arch
The Gateway Arch symbolizes the beginning of westward expansion in the United States following the Louisiana Purchase by Thomas Jefferson.
Where is Gateway Arch National Park?
Gateway Arch is located in downtown St. Louis, along the Mississippi River. This is a single memorial site, despite its incorrect designation of national park. It is the smallest, by a huge margin, of all the national parks.