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“A wonderful preservation of one of the forgotten industries that helped make America what it is to day A must see for all ages male and female alike”
“It’s technically free to get in, it’s by donation only so if you have a low budget and you want to do something fun with the family go check this out then pop over to the gift shop get a little something.”
“Our family had a blast!!! Clarence was a wonderful tour guide!!! I'm so glad we stopped - my husband had a chance to play catch with our boys!!!”
“... fields with corn growing in the outfields were perfect....our tour guide Clarence was full of all kinds of info on the film and behind the scenes tid bits...lots of great stuff in the gift shop as well...loved it”
“There animatronic statues of important people and Seaman, Lewis' Newfoundland dog, lots of hands on activities to get kids interested in history, and a flatboat theater to see a short film about the Expedition as...”
“The exhibits are well-designed for visitors of all ages, and the murals are beautifully executed.”