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St Louis Gateway Arch

St Louis Gateway Arch

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Dive into a crafting voyage with our intermediate-level paper model kit, encapsulating the iconic essence of St. Louis's Gateway Arch.

  • Scale: 1:600, with assembled dimensions of 15 x 6.7 x 12.6 inches
  • Assembly Time: Estimated at 2+ hours, potentially across multiple sittings
  • Material: Durable, sustainably sourced card; multi-colour
  • Features: 11 pieces to cut out; set-up diagrams included for guided assembly
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PRINTED KIT - CUT, FOLD, GLUE! This model comes unassembled, delivered flat-packed in a large envelope.

What's inside? Sturdy A4 size paper sheets with the artwork, cutting and scoring lines printed on. You will need to cut, score, fold and glue the parts in order to assemble the model according to the set-up instructions which come with the kit.

Things which are not included, but you'll need in order to assemble the model: time & patience, a hobby knife, a ruler, a cutting mat or hard surface to work on, white glue (PVA).

Some other things might be helpful: a pointed stylus, tweezers and scissors. See what tools we recommend.


  • SCALE - 1:600
  • DIMENSIONS (when assembled) - 15 ⋅ 6.7 ⋅ 12.6 inches / 38 ⋅ 17 ⋅ 32 cm
  • COLOUR - multi
  • MADE FROM - sturdy card from sustainable sources
  • LEVEL - intermediate
  • ASSEMBLY TIME - at least 2 hours
  • KIT CONTENTS - 4 printed sheets, set-up instructions


This model will require more than one sitting to build it. We advise to pause between different stages as you work, especially when you come to gluing. The white glue softens the paper and it may lead to misshapen parts if you do not allow them to dry well before proceeding further with assembling. Click here to watch our paper model building tips.

Give yourself enough time to enjoy the process and achieve the best result!


We are committed to shipping your purchases on time, often ahead of the estimated processing timeframe. However, due to the global postal overload, there might be delays beyond the usual delivery schedule. Check the latest service updates for your location on the Royal Mail website or consult your local postal service for more information.

Shipping Timelines:

  • Paper model kits and pop-up cards: Dispatched within 1-3 working days
  • Assembled paper models, personalised items: Dispatched within up to 10 working days

Expected Delivery:

  • Domestic (Mainland UK): 1-3 working days
  • Europe: 3-5 working days
  • USA and Canada: 5-7 working days
  • Rest of the world: 7-14 working days
  • International Express: 2-4 working days

Please note: Delivery delays are beyond our control. While over 95% of orders are delivered within the stated timeframe, delivery may occasionally exceed the expected duration, especially during peak periods. If you need your order by a specific date, consider using the express mail option.

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The Gateway Arch is a 630-foot-high (192 m) monument in St. Louis, in the U.S. state of Missouri. Clad in stainless steel and built in the form of a flattened catenary arch, it is the tallest man-made monument in the Western Hemisphere, Missouri's tallest accessible building, and the world's tallest arch.

Its sleek, stainless steel surface and unique catenary curve design make it an iconic example of mid-20th century modernist architecture. The Arch is located on the west bank of the Mississippi River, forming a central part of the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial.

The structure is a feat of engineering, featuring a tram system that takes visitors to an observation area at the top, offering panoramic views of St. Louis and the Mississippi River. The construction of the Arch was a complex process, involving the precise joining of its two legs, which were built separately. This engineering achievement was a significant risk at the time, as slight miscalculations could have prevented the legs from meeting at the top.

The Gateway Arch not only serves as a popular tourist attraction but also symbolizes the city of St. Louis's role as the 'Gateway to the West' during the 19th century.