Due to the Industrial Rope Access Project at the Gateway Arch
Visitors may enter the Arch at the south leg only. Tram rides to the top are still available, the observation deck at the top will have restrictions. Usual walking paths may be closed; please look for signage or a Ranger for walking directions.
Naturalization and Constitution Day at the Historic Old Courthouse
The Naturalization ceremony will take place Wednesday September 17, 2008 at Jefferson National Expansion Memorial, Historic Old Courthouse, 11 North Fourth Street in St. Louis, Missouri.
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service, in cooperation with the National Park Service at Jefferson National Expansion Memorial will commemorate Constitution Day with a public naturalization ceremony at the Historic Old Courthouse on Wednesday, September 17, 2008. The ceremony will take place at 1:00 p.m. in the rotunda of the Historic Old Courthouse, 11 North Fourth Street in St. Louis, Missouri.
Approximately 75 prospective United States citizens will take the oath of citizenship at an official naturalization ceremony inside the Historic Old Courthouse. The public is invited to attend and all events and exhibits at the Historic Old Courthouse are free of charge.
Did You Know?
Pierre Cruzatte and George Gibson brought their fiddles along on the Lewis and Clark expedition. Their music entertained the group on many evenings. Click here to learn more about Lewis and Clark and the Corps of Discovery. More...