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Lewis and Clark Visitor Center

Yankton, SD
+1 402-667-7873
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Cute and quaint!

This is so much more than a visitors center! So many cute items on display. I could have spent the... read more

Reviewed 3 October 2017
Kathy P
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Very nice visitors Center run by the Corps of Engineers

The center blend the history of the Lewis & Clark Expedition with the modern era of dam building... read more

Reviewed 6 September 2017
wanderpole
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Idaho Falls, Idaho
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Reviewed 3 October 2017 via mobile

This is so much more than a visitors center! So many cute items on display. I could have spent the entire day in there.

Thank Kathy P
Reviewed 6 September 2017

The center blend the history of the Lewis & Clark Expedition with the modern era of dam building and everything in between. Free and with many quality exhibits for all ages.

Thank wanderpole
Reviewed 9 September 2016

This is so strange. There are reviews for several different Lewis & Clark Visitors Centers under this listing. The featured photograph is NOT of the visitors center just south of Yankton, SD. Nor is it the visitors center near Gavins Point Dam, which is WEST...More

1  Thank SoDakSarah
Reviewed 18 May 2016

We found this place most interesting to visit. We walked around outside before going inside. There were a lot of birds outside and a kids school trip happening inside. The teacher and the visitor center staff did a good job with the kids, was fun...More

Thank PaDad62
Reviewed 8 May 2016 via mobile

We are following the LCT Coast to Coast and I expected more from this Center as there are such great centers in many places. They had nice gifts and travel information, but LCT was essentially just the outside plaques and walks. I would not go...More

1  Thank Mark R
Reviewed 26 July 2015

Looks like there are a couple of different visitor centers for Lewis and Clark on TA, so I am writing about the one near Yankton, SD. Overlooking the river and Gavins Point Dam, it's in a beautiful location. It is a free attraction, so that...More

1  Thank LauriH44
Reviewed 17 September 2013

The Lewis and Clark Visitor center in Nebraska City is a must see place. It gives you a history lesson about what Lewis and Clark saw and experienced. This is a place you can spend up to four hours experiencing. At first when you drive...More

Thank Ribeyescomerolled
Reviewed 10 July 2013 via mobile

Okay, being free I know there might not be much to expect, but it was literally a hallway with restrooms, some museum pieces from expedition, and a gift shop. Of our 3 day family trip, this stop was considered the biggest flop.

1  Thank Occasi0nalVacati0ner
Reviewed 29 July 2012

While traveling with two 15 year olds this summer we wanted them to have a blast, but learning and having an appreciation for history would be a good bonus as well. We decided that the Lewis and Clark Expedition would be an interesting subject to...More

2  Thank Mari K
Reviewed 4 July 2012

This is a great place for anyone wanting more info. on Lewis & Clark. There is a 20 (or so) minute film you can watch about their journey & lots of books for sale if you want to learn even more. There are several things...More

Thank rannydef
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