Disney on Ice goes on with show; St. Louis Zoo, Arch closed

ST. LOUIS (KSDK) – Another round of winter weather has a number of St. Louis icons shutting down Sunday.

The St. Louis Zoo, Gateway Arch, Old Courthouse and Saint Louis Art Museum are closed early Sunday morning. If you have tickets for lectures and events at the museum, individuals can receive refunds.

Missouri History Museum is closed. St. Louis County Library tweeted all of its branches would be closed as well as St. Louis Science Center.

Not everything is closing down for the weather, though.

Disney on Ice will happen as scheduled, according to a spokesperson for the Scottrade Center. If you're unable to attend due to the weather, tickets can be exchanged for Ringling Bros. Barnum & Bailey Circus this fall or the next Disney on Ice show in spring 2015.

Tickets must be exchanged within 30 days of Sunday's performance by going to the Scottrade Center box office, Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. or call 314-622-2551.

"Jersey Boys" at the Fox Theater will go on as planned, too.

The Metro East Home Show will also be open at 11 a.m. Sunday.

Between 6-8 inches of snow and ice are expected north of Interstate 70, 4-7 inches in the metro east and west and between 2-4 inches in southern Missouri and southwest Illinois.

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For a full list of closings and cancellations, check our closures page.


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