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This museum is home to the replica boats used during the celebration of the anniversary of Lewis and Clarks expedition. The boats are housed under the museum and are fenced off The museum upstairs contains exhibits relative to the river encampments, Lewis and Clark's expedition,...More
Stopped in for 90 minutes prior to another event. Enjoyed looking at the displays and reading about the Corps of Discovery. Learned a lot of things that I didn't know about the journey. Personable and informed staff person was able to answer questions too. Well...More
This was a nice, small museum packed with information about the expedition and has boat replicas. The entry fee is a reasonable $5. There is a small gift shop and an interesting film. The staff was very friendly. The museum is an easy walk to...More
If you ever wondered about how Lewis and Clark actually traveled... this museum will answer your questions. You can see a replica of their boat and they have a great film that explains the history. Wonderful for kids and families. Actually good for anyone who...More
There is lots of info on the Lewis and Clark expedition as well as some interesting info about the 200th anniversary re-enactment. You can see the boats from the re-enactment journey. School groups visit here a lot.
They had a discount for military members.
Our 5 and 10 year old kids both enjoyed this site. They were given scavenger hunt and activity pages to complete during our visit- with a prize upon completion. The diorama was beautiful. They loved watching the video, seeing the stream table, and dressing up...More