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This museum is a very good overview of the L&C expedition. The National Geographic film was great and the full scale reproduction of the keel boat used. Also Main St in St Charles is very nice and worth visiting.
The boat house and boats were not really on display when we went, but the museum was a good family activity for learning about the early exploration of what became the American midwest. We stayed a long time, completing the scavenger hunt provided by the...More
We went to St Charles especially to visit the centre being keen on the adventures of Lewis and Clark and it didn't disappoint. Well laid out right on the river bank with the friendliest and knowledgable staff we so enjoyed our visit, especially the film...More
These are the boats they use in recreations of L&C trek. You can see them even when the museum is closed. Nobody was working on them and you can't go in close to them, but they are still impressive. The small museum shows the National...More
We really enjoyed this museum. It is not large but had a lot of interesting exhibits and a very good gift shop. The entrance fee was only $5 per person and there was free on-site parking. Recommend seeing the movie on Lewis and Clark. It...More
Seeing the keelboat that was used in the reenactment was interesting. The boat house is huge and they work on the boat and you can watch. Then go upstairs to the museum that is great for kids. Things are scaled down for them. There was...More