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Rita S.
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Report | 15 days ago
Take the time to walk thru with their brochure/questionnaire and let the kids find the answers. My 12 year old boys found it fun to see who could find the answers! And they learned something along the way.
Paula R.
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Report | 22 days ago
I thought I would be there for 5 minutes when I pulled out. But ended staying much, much longer. Awesome gift shop!
mary B.
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Report | a month ago
Very educational. The scavenger hunt keeps the kids engaged.
Dianne T.
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Report | 4 months ago
Nice way to learn about some local history - great gift shop as well!
richard m.
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Report | 4 months ago
nice place to find out more about the history of this area and a monumental journey! The part Sacawagea (sp?) played was much more important than I had ever been taught. nice day trip.
Charlotte
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Report | 5 months ago
only open till 5 leave at least an hour to see the great movie
Mike
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Report | 5 months ago
We spent a couple hours there. It is a comfortable and very professional institution. We had a great time. We recommend the museum experience to anyone. It was great.
sarah
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Report | 5 months ago
Try to catch the movie from the start
Erin B.
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Report | 5 months ago
Very educational. Great place to take kids who love to learn a little about our history.
Marlene S.
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Report | 5 months ago
This is so very interesting-a museum plus a great 40 minute movie of the Lewis & Clark Expedition to the West ,Pacific! ocean We were pleased with the artifacts displayed. It is a pleasant visit to the Frontier Park, with the Lewis & Clark monument, & the Missouri River in historic St. Charles MO. There are many shops & nice restaurants, & a group artist gallery in an old factory to visit.
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In the pantheon of American explorers, there are few names as revered as Lewis and Clark. After securing the Louisiana Purchase in 1803, President Thomas Jefferson needed someone to map out the newly doubled national borders. The two U.S. Army officers were the men for the job. They set out into the great unknown in May of 1804, and except for the one Cracker Barrel they stopped at mid-journey, St. Charles was the last familiar piece of America they knew until their return trip in 1806.

As a testament to their momentous voyage, the Lewis & Clark Boat House & Nature Center houses full-scale replicas of the explorers' boats, half-scale 18th and 19th century buildings, and displays about the Native Americans that Lewis and Clark met along the way. Outside its walls, the museum also gives visitors a glimpse into the ecosystems that the pair explored. Visitors can walk on trails through the woods and wetlands to find herons, deer, and indigenous plants.

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