The Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center In North Dakota Has A Historic Fort, State-Of-The-Art Museum, And So Much More

Did you know that famous exploring duo Lewis and Clark spent more time in North Dakota during their expedition than they did any other state? Though it was long before the Peace Garden State was a state at all, they set up a fort and wintered on the prairie, and even met Sakakawea here. You can learn about all of this and more at one of the best museums in ND:

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Find out more about the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center by visiting this website. They are open year-round but have seasonal hours listed on their page. Have you ever visited this remarkable interpretive center? Tell us about your visit in the comments.

Check out this other awesome fort in North Dakota for another great historic attraction. Let us know what your favorite historic spot in the Peace Garden State you feel we should cover is.

Address: 2576 8th St SW, Washburn, ND 58577, USA