Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center

North Dakota

At this modern center you can learn about the duo's epic expedition and the Native Americans who helped them. There are also rotating exhibits of Western and Native American art. The same ticket gets you into Fort Mandan, a replica of the fort built by Lewis and Clark, 2.5 miles west (10 miles downstream from the original site). It sits on a lonely stretch of the Missouri River marked by a monument to Seaman, the expedition's dog.

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