Exhibits share the story of pioneers, soldiers, and native peoples on the frontier. This visitor center, part of the National Park Service, follows a traditional style and aesthetic of the NPS. 
 A 55-foot full scale replica of the keel boat used by Lewis and Clark is a central exhibit.
 Visitors can peer inside the full-sized model of Lewis and Clark's boat and learn about the many supplies necessary for their landmark journey.
 Interactive experiences allow kids to pack and unpack a model of the boat used on the voyage. 
 A variety of structures including fort walls, cabins, boats, and natural elements enliven the traditional graphic panels and reader rails. 
 Exhibits share the story of pioneers, soldiers, and native peoples on the frontier. This visitor center, part of the National Park Service, follows a traditional style and aesthetic of the NPS. Hands-on elements are incorporated to allow visitors to learn more, and are up to heavy use in well trafficked areas. 
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