Experience engaging exhibits about Lewis and Clark.
Lewis and Clark’s Interpretive Center features a life-sized replica of Fort Mandan, located near the Missouri River in the area. This fort was named after the Mandan and Hidatsa people who became acquainted with Lewis and Clark during their expedition. This is also where they became friends with Sacagawea. Lewis and Clark stayed here during the winter of 1804. Guided tours are provided by the friendly staff who bring this place to life.
Other features at the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center include temporary art and history galleries which frequently rotate throughout the year. There are also permanent galleries containing hundreds of artifacts, pictures, maps, and more. Visitors can find souvenirs, drinks, snacks, and more at the museum store, which always has unique local handcrafted items for sale. The Interpretive Center is open from 10 am to 5 pm, Tuesday through Sunday, April to September. From October to March, it is open Tuesday through Saturday from 10 am to 5 pm. Admission fees apply, and group discounts are available upon request. Come and learn about the Lewis and Clark expedition as you travel through North Dakota.