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Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail Visitor Center – History Markers

Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail Visitor Center – History Markers

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Summer hours Weekdays: 8 am–5 pm Weekends & Holidays: 9:30 am–5 pm Winter hours (Begins October 28) Weekdays: 8 am–4:30 pm Holidays: 9 am-4:30 pm Weekends: CLOSED
(402) 661-1804
Admission to the Lewis and Clark National Historical Trail Visitor Center is free
lat: 41.2649148 long: -95.9241821

Located at the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail Visitor Center’s interpretive garden, history markers provide travelers the ability to learn more of the historical significance and contextual relevance of the journey of Lewis and Clark. The markers cover interesting details related to the important journey that Captains Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, along with the rest of the expedition, took as they traveled, camped, hunted, fished, and met with the native peoples in this area of current day Nebraska. See the list of these markers below:

The Council Was Held

Endeavor to Make Yourselves Acquainted with the Nations

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Lewis & Clark NPS Headquarters

lat: 41.2649282 long: -95.9245674
Lewis & Clark Indigenous Garden

lat: 41.265 long: -95.92407
Bob Kerry Bridge

lat: 41.26556 long: -95.92361
Niobrara State Park to Running Water Landing

lat: 42.7330245 long: -98.4151844
Lewis & Clark NPS Headquarter Courtyard

lat: 41.265454 long: -95.924142
Fort Atkinson

lat: 41.4510229 long: -96.0128221
Brownville State Access

lat: 40.39562 long: -95.65073
Decatur IA

lat: 42.0037 long: -96.24364
Fort Calhoun to Papillion Creek

lat: 41.44559 long: -95.92063
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