Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri, is an iconic symbol of American westward expansion and a stunning architectural marvel. This towering stainless steel monument, standing at 630 feet (192 meters) in height, is situated along the western bank of the Mississippi River. Its unique, sleek, and curved design represents the gateway to the American frontier.
Chain of Rocks Bridge: The Chain of Rocks Bridge was built in 1929 and has a total length of approximately 5,353 feet (1,632 meters). Its unique 22-degree bend in the middle, along with its historic significance, makes it a notable and picturesque landmark along the Mississippi River.
Ted Drewes Frozen Custard is a renowned frozen custard stand located in St. Louis, Missouri. Established in 1929, it has become a beloved institution known for its rich and creamy frozen custard treats, including concretes (a thick and blended dessert) and sundaes. It’s a popular destination for both locals and tourists seeking a delicious taste of St. Louis tradition.