Lambert-St. Louis International Airport opens exhibit on tourist sites

Friday, July 17, 2009 | 11:02 a.m. CDT

ST. LOUIS — Lambert-St. Louis International Airport has opened a new interactive exhibit to let visitors learn more about the city as a travel destination.

The feature is called "Windows on St. Louis." It's a glass-walled gallery where six cultural attractions have filled the windows with art and memorabilia.

Touch-screen computer technology allows people to take a digital tour of the Gateway Arch grounds. Other sections highlight celebrated museums, neighborhoods and a cathedral.

The exhibit is scheduled to remain at the airport through December.


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