Highlights / Inclusions:
Tour the Museum of Westward Expansion
at The Gateway Arch
Lunch at St. Raymonds Maronite Catholic Church
Visit the Old St. Louis Court House
Visit the newly restored Soldiers’ Memorial
Deluxe Motorcoach Transportation
Washington - Depart: 8:00 AM / Return: 5:00 PM
Wal-Mart Kirkwood - Depart: 9:00 AM / Return: 4:00 PM
Commemorating the Louisiana Purchase in 1803 by President Thomas Jefferson, and the U.S. Civil War-igniting 1846-57 Dred Scott Slavery Case, the newly revamped and re-opened Gateway Arch National Park will be the focus of our trip to St. Louis today. With a new more-accessible entrance, and all new museum exhibits and gift shop experiences, the famous Gateway Arch National Park is now an even more thrilling destination.
View the much-awarded documentary "Monument to a Dream", about the building of the Arch. After the film, spend time in the newly-redesigned and updated "Museum of Westward Expansion", and visit the excellent gift shop.
We will have a wonderful lunch at St. Raymond’s Maronite Catholic Church,
St. Louis’ favorite Wednesday lunch spot.
We will visit the Old St. Louis Courthouse and the newly-restored Soldiers' Memorial building, dedicated to the St. Louis soldiers who lost their lives in WW I. Also stroll in the redesigned Court of Honor to view other memorials to the St. Louis fallen.
Reboard our motor coach for our ride home.
Tour Cost: $99.00 Per Person