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Missouri River Basin Lewis & Clark Interpretive Trials & Visitor Center

Missouri River Basin Lewis & Clark Interpretive Trials & Visitor Center


Mon - Sat: 10AM - 4PM Sunday: Noon - 4PM Check website for seasonal details.
Adults $5.50; Seniors (65+) and College Students $4.50; Military/Veteran $4.00; Students (6-18) $3.50; Children (5 and under) free. Family and Tour discounts available.
Pets are welcomed on our trails. Service animals and some comfort animals are allowed inside our building.
lat: 40.6665844 long: -95.8311394

Opportunities to observe and discover the wonders of nature while “walking in the footsteps” of Lewis & Clark along the 2.5 miles of trails including views of the Missouri River, and a view of the “boundless prairie” that Captain Clark noted in his journal when the explorers camped here July 18-19, 1804. Exterior exhibits include a full size replica of their 55 foot long keel boat, and a Native American earth lodge.

Interactive exhibits inside our 12,000 square foot three-story building provide unique historic, scientific, cultural, recreational and educational experiences to visitors of all ages with a wide range of interests and backgrounds. Students learn about the items that Lewis & Clark discovered, documented and sent back to President Thomas Jefferson. Casual observers get a view of the Missouri River from all three floors of the Center.

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