Considerable walking and stairs at the City Museum (elevators are available) and the Gateway Arch (no elevators).
In the hotel breakfast room, choose what you like from the buffet with beverage choices of milk, juice, coffee, tea, water.
Challenge your imagination at the City Museum. The brainchild of artist Bob Cassily, this museum was constructed of the very stuff of the city, and as a result it has urban roots deeper than any other institutions. It includes reclaimed building materials such as old chimneys, salvaged bridges, construction cranes, miles of tile, and even two abandoned planes. The objects at City Museum are not only preserved; many of them, like its giant slinky or the outdoor MonstroCity, are here to touch, climb, or go inside. "City Museum makes you want to know," said Cassily. "The point is not to learn every fact, but to say, 'Wow that's wonderful.' And if it's wonderful, it's worth preserving."
After a morning of exploration, the group will reconvene for a boxed lunch at the City Museum.
Take a ride to the top of the nation's tallest National Monument, the Gateway Arch, and experience this engineering marvel.
Catered dinner at hotel.
After dinner, view the movie "Monument to the Dream", in the breakfast room, about the engineering feat that made the Gateway Arch possible (approximately 30 minutes). Enjoy a special treat while you are there.