Getting Around Downtown

Leonor K. Sullivan Boulevard, which sat under construction for more than two years, is now completely open and is paving the way for new and exciting events on the Riverfront!   

Visitors to the Riverfront are now able to drive, walk, or cycle their way from Chouteau Avenue to Biddle Street.  The 1.5 mile stretch of Leonor K. Sullivan Boulevard was elevated to lessen the impact of flooding during the rainy season.

The Arch Store under the Gateway Arch is now open to the public!  The Arch Store offers 4,000 square feet of retail to visitors.  Shoppers aren’t required to pay if they just want to visit the store – they can pick up a complimentary ticket for admission to the Arch.  During the month of June, sign up here, and get a one-time coupon for 20% their entire store-wide purchase.

Every Thursday from now until July 28th, take your lunch outside and Walk to the Wharf!  Live music and food trucks will be present from 11:30am-1:30pm on Leonor K Sullivan Boulevard.

CityArchRiver will team up with the National Blues Museum to bring you Blues at the Arch, a free concert series, on Luther Ely Smith Square.  The concerts are August 12th, 19th, and 26th in the evening; click here for more information.