Walking to the Arch from Downtown
With the construction for the park over the highway, there are some detours getting to and from the Gateway Arch grounds. Most of the sidewalk running along Memorial drive in front of the Arch will be closed to pedestrian traffic due to the construction. More »
Photo Mural Exhibit
The Museum of Westward Expansion houses a permanent exhibit of 33 large format photo murals depicting the campsites and significant places visited by Meriwether Lewis and William Clark during their exploration of the interior of North America. This epic journey became better known as the Corps of Discovery. Jefferson National Expansion Memorial displays these magnificent 15 foot high photo murals extending 500 feet along the back wall of the Museum of Westward Expansion.
The above image is the floorplan of the museum where these remarkable photo murals are located. Along with the 33 large format photo murals are 198 small photos of various scenes, flora, and fauna pertaining to the mural scenes. Each number on the floorplan image represents a large photo mural. Click on the numbers above to view a specific magnificent mural. If you prefer, follow the path of the arrow (below) to view the murals in chronological order.
Did You Know?
The Gateway Arch at the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial was completed on October 28, 1965. To learn more about the construction of the Gateway Arch click here. More...