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Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center
Lewis & Clark
Located around Fort Mandan, this is the area where Lewis & Clark settled in for the winter of 1804 to 1805, and plotted the rest of their journey to the Pacific Ocean.
The Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center features artifacts, an authentic wood canoe from the era, and even robe made of buffalo you can try on.
The Fort Clark Exhibit in the gallery showcases the steamboat era in the region along the Missouri River, and the Bergquist Gallery houses a collection considered among the most complete in the world on Upper Midwest Native American cultures.
Three 12-foot statues greet you at the entrance (depicting Lewis, Clark, and Mandan tribal chief Sheheke), and a six-foot statue of Lewis & Clark’s dog, Seaman. The Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center is roughly 38 miles north of Bismarck, North Dakota along U.S. 83.
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