St. Louis Museum
Museum in St. Louis, Missouri, United States
Gateway Arch in Saint Louis, Missouri, is an iconic monument that has been enthralling millions of visitors since its completion in 1965 with the many amazing attractions, cruises, tram rides, museum and much more. Take a thrilling tram ride to the top of the elegant monument that rises to a height equivalent of 63 stories where spectacular views that stretch up to 30 miles await them. Private charters on charming riverboats are ideal for hosting weddings, birthdays and various other private events, and your river cruises experience can be customized to include live entertainment, bar options and dinners. Enjoy memorable outings at Gateway Arch where there is something fun for visitors of all ages to enjoy.
Campbell House in Saint Louis, Missouri, is a former family home built in 1851 that was transformed into an interesting museum that displays many original possessions of entrepreneur Robert Campbell. Exhibits in the museum belonging to this trader include paintings, clothing, furniture, letters, carriages and an amazing and unique collection of photographs dating back to the 1880's. The museum is committed to preserving not only this historical 19th century home, but also the beautiful family collections. We also offer educational programs and museum tours. A museum shop, located in the basement of Campbell House, is well stocked with a range of jewelry, cards, Victorian sky-hooks and many other interesting items and gifts.