This is one of many interpretive centers along the Lewis and Clark Trail. this one is free and well designed. Areas covered include wildlife, the fur trade, and even rifles. The day i visited, there were a few costumed interpreters that showed us some old black powder rifles and even fired them off. There was also a woman who studied native american pottery and had some on display that she made herself. Nice place to learn about the way the area was in the 1800s.
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