A beautiful downtown park, in the park there is a famous American Louis Arch, known as the West Gate of St. Louis, Missouri. This is the tallest monument standing alone in the United States. The entire monument is 196 meters high and looks very thin from a distance, like a rainbow bridge connecting the ground to the sky is very spectacular. The memorial park is quite large. In addition to the tall monument, there is also a museum introducing the history of St. Louis and a movie on how to build this monument. There is an elevator to go directly up and visit. You must go up to see far, far away.
The arc of St. Louis is in Missouri, and walking past it means entering the western United States. When the United States was a British colony, immigrants marched to the west one after another, conquering remote areas, looking for ways to make a living. Saint-Louis is the only way for these indomitable pioneers to go west. They once vividly referred to Saint Louis as "the gate to the west". The curved arch of Saint Louis was built to commemorate them.
There is another exhibition hall inside, which introduces the history, culture and changes of the city. There are many physical exhibits that make people feel very unique. I especially like this place. The favorite of children.