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September 10, 2013


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I really enjoyed seeing the museum under the Arch. I've never been there and loved reading all the quotes and seeing the sites. What a view up there! What a tight, tiny elevator! Yikes! lol! That Mike!


Beautiful photos Paulette!! I don't think I could have done that tiny, cramped space, but what a view!!!
Take care


love your pictures, what a neat place. I would love to visit there too. Have you tried any of the pumpkin things at Starbucks yet??? I have, yummy

Lynn Jones

The museum looks like a lovely spot to spend an afternoon browsing. I'm afraid that elevator would have done me in though!
My husband has family in St. Louis but we've yet to visit there. Perhaps someday I'll see that arch!


Thanks for sharing. I just moved from St Louis and loved living in the city. Great food, Events, Forest Park etc

Barb H

My husband and I were at The Arch last summer, and it was also a very hot, humid day. He went up to the top of The Arch, but heights aren't for me. We both thoroughly enjoyed the museum, and were lucky to join a narrator, who talked to a group of people, about the scenes in the pictures, and the history of the area. Highly recommend the museum.

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