Tram rides to the top of the St. Louis arch to be suspended until spring 2017

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Tram rides to the top of the St. Louis Arch will be temporarily suspended starting November 28th. The tram’s electrical system is being upgraded and the motor generator sets will be replaced. Tram rides will resume in spring 2017.

The Arch Visitor Center, The Arch Store, Monument to the Dream documentary film will remain available for visitors. Entrance to the Arch will be free; tickets will not be required to enter the Gateway Arch Visitor Center or to see Monument to the Dream.

The Thanksgiving holiday weekend is a historically busy time at the Arch, so it is strongly encouraged that visitors purchase their Journey to the Top tram tickets and Arch Entry-Only tickets in advance by visiting

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