Saint Louis Landmarks and Monuments

(Saint Louis, Missouri - MO, USA)




St. Louis has its fair share of impressive monuments and landmarks, including huge sporting stadiums, historic judicial buildings and war memorials. The area also boasts a colorful market dating back to the 1770s and the St. Louis' iconic landmark, the Gateway Arch.

Standing at impressive 630-feet / 192-meters tall, the St. Louis Gateway Arch commands incredible views over the city, making a ride to the top a highlight of any trip to St. Louis.


The Gateway Arch


Address: St. Louis Riverfront, St. Louis, Missouri MO, 63102, USA
Tel: +1 877 982 1410
At 630-feet / 192-meters tall, the Gateway Arch is one of St. Louis's most prominent landmarks and is not to be missed. Situated on the banks of the Mississippi, the Gateway Arch soars above St. Louis. It is actually possible to ride to the dizzying summit, where you will encounter unsurpassable views of the city.
Open hours: daily - 09:20 and 17:10, seasonal variations apply
Admission: charge, discount for children


Busch Stadium


Address: 250 Stadium Plaza, Saint Louis, Missouri MO, 63102, USA
Tel: +1 314 421 3060
Situated in downtown St. Louis, Busch Stadium is home to the St. Louis Cardinals. The stadium has a capacity for more than 50,000 people and covers in excess of 12 acres / 5 hectares. It is possible to tour the stadium, with highlights including Batter's Eye Club, the press box and the Plaza of Champions.
Open hours: hours vary, call for details
Admission: charge, discount for seniors and children under 16

Edward Jones Dome


Address: 701 Convention Plaza, St. Louis, Missouri MO, 63101, USA
Tel: +1 314 342 5201
This huge dome has a seating capacity of up to 67,000 people and is home to the St. Louis Rams. It hosts a range of events including those of a sporting and musical variety. In 1999, St. Louis' Edward Jones Dome hosted the biggest indoor gathering of people ever to be held in the United States, when Pope John Paul II held Mass at the Dome. At 21-storeys tall, with over 1,700,000 feet of floor space, the Dome's size alone makes it one of St. Louis' most impressive landmarks.
Open hours: hours vary, call for details
Admission: charge

Old Courthouse


Address: 11 North Fourth Street, St. Louis, Missouri MO, 63102, USA
Tel: +1 314 655 1600
Situated within walking distance of the St. Louis Gateway Arch, the Old Courthouse is part of the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial. This fascinating building was the setting for some historic trials and is now home to some fascinating exhibitions.
Open hours: daily - 08:00 to 16:30
Admission: free

Soulard Farmer's Market


Address: 7th and Lafayette Streets, St. Louis, Missouri MO, 63104, USA
Tel: +1 314 622 4180
This colorful market has a rich history dating back to the 1770s. Soulard Farmer's Market is wonderfully atmospheric and it's possible to purchase a range of goods including fresh foods, cut flowers, jewelry and clothing.
Open hours: Wednesday to Friday - 08:00 to 17:30, Saturday - 06:00 to 17:30
Admission: free






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