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Roosevelt Arch, Yellowstone National Park

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  • For my family this turned out to be a must do - walk through the arch, then drive through the arch. Nice place to take pictures. Since there is a by-pass it is not too dangerous to walk around for the...  read more »
  • The Roosevelt Arch was a scenic stop on our Caravan Bus Tour. It was worthy stop to take pictures and reflect on the efforts of President Roosevelt to create a National Park to preserve the beauty of ...  read more »
  • A stunning, monolithic entrance to the North Yellowstone Park and a tribute to Teddy Roosevelt. Iconic early 1900's and frontier style design make this an imposing structure not to be missed. 
  • Impressive monument and nice thing to see as you enter the park. It's a tourist magnet, but fun piece of history. Get your obligatory selfie there and move on
  • This historical landmark is well worth the visit. This beautiful arch tells the story of the early history of Yellowstone. There is also an area to pull off so you can walk around and take some great photos.
  • This is just an arch, but it's part of our national history. There are few things that can bring all Americans, not to mention a whole lot of international visitors, together like these National Parks, and this was the first one. This majestic arch stands as tribute to a great man and President who helped to start the process. Of course, even this park predates Roosevelt's presidency, but it's a great reminder of his legacy.
  • Stayed in Gardiner one of our nights in Yellowstone. The arch is right there so you must get a picture. You can park close to it and just walk up. Worth the photo opportunity.
  • Contains a big engraved quote by the best American ever to live. Arch is old and I believe has been bypassed now so it's a walking attraction only? We didn't drive through it as there was construction at the time.
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