The Arch has been a popular tourist attraction since its completion in October 1965. Designed to last 1,000 years, it reaches ... More
The Arch has been a popular tourist attraction since its completion in October 1965. Designed to last 1,000 years, it reaches 630 feet in height; on a clear day, you can see for about 30 miles from atop the structure. Groups of 20 or more can take a guided tour of the landmark. The tour includes a documentary film on the building of the Arch, a visit to the Museum of Westward Expansion and a trip to the Old Courthouse , which is famous for hosting the legendary Dred Scott Trial.
St. Alphonsus Liguori "Rock" Church has been an area landmark since its dedication in 1872 and is now home to
more than 1,300 church families. Although it has undergone several additions since the 1800s, its mission has not changed. ...
The National Register of Historic Places calls this church a landmark, locals call it a bakery, and Catholic members call
it home. Founded in 1843, this church has since been redesigned into the splendorous form it still holds today. ...
St. Louis' City Hall, a massive stone building at the corner of Tucker and Market streets, was designed in 1890,
when the city was still among the half dozen largest cities in the country. Roughly modeled after the city ...