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Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center

4201 Giant Springs Rd, Great Falls, MT 59405-0913
+1 406-727-8733
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Lewis & Clark must SEE!

If you ever wondered or even thought about the Lewis & Clark Discoveries, this is the BEST museum... read more

Reviewed June 27, 2016
LovinMontana
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Missoula, Montana
Interesting stop

Lewis & Clark interpretive center was very interesting. Great displays & great access to walking... read more

Reviewed June 27, 2016
drmoore
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Mackinaw, Illinois
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Located on a bluff overlooking the Missouri River in Giant Springs Heritage State Park, this visitors center provides information and exhibits about Lewis and Clark's famous journey and the historical significance of the United States' westward expansion.
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4201 Giant Springs Rd, Great Falls, MT 59405-0913
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Reviewed June 27, 2016

If you ever wondered or even thought about the Lewis & Clark Discoveries, this is the BEST museum to visit! Active & hands-on learning for the whole family! Really friendly & helpful staff!

Thank LovinMontana
Reviewed June 27, 2016 via mobile

Lewis & Clark interpretive center was very interesting. Great displays & great access to walking path. The main theater wasn't open but they had a smaller room with a short program on a dvd. They have audio headsets you can rent.

Thank drmoore
Reviewed June 25, 2016

There was a very educational movie by Ken Burns that laid the groundwork of information. Then we moved through the museum proper on a winding self-tour. We liked it very much.

Thank Suzanne Q
Reviewed June 24, 2016 via mobile

I enjoyed the visit here lots to see and a helpful staff. Elevator for people that need them and great views of the area from Windows

Thank Ellen F
Reviewed June 22, 2016

Wonderful 3 1/2 hour visit back into time today. Helpful and informative volunteers were of great assistance, and the two short movies put the adventure into its proper context. The exhibits were arranged in chronological order of the actual trip and made us feel that...More

Thank exchief
Reviewed June 22, 2016 via mobile

Fascinating display. Walking through leads you chronologically to displays for each stage of the Lewis & Clark expedition. In addition, opposite the expedition displays are exhibits of Indian culture from the same period. It took us a couple of hours to wander through. Fascinating.

Thank Ken B
Reviewed June 22, 2016 via mobile

Fun place to learn about what Lewis and Clark faced as they crossed the County following the river. Hands on stuff, movies, and knowledgeable staff. Just up the foam from Giant Springs. GREAT time to see both!

Thank 107glh
Reviewed June 19, 2016

Great volunteers, two interesting movies, fantastic exhibits, what more would you want? The set-up of the exhibit is in fact a walk throuh the 1803 - 1806 period. Information is provided in a clear manner. If you want to minimize the amount of reading, you...More

Thank WStatesTraveler
Reviewed June 19, 2016

Start with the film to grasp the overall scope and significance of the expedition and then branch out to look at the exhibits. We've all heard a bit and read a bit about the exploration and search for the Northwest Passage to the Pacific, but...More

Thank PhilipN470
Reviewed June 17, 2016 via mobile

We all know the names, Lewis and Clark, but their story is so much more. This center provides all the background to the expedition and a host of details about their journey and what they accomplished. We loved the displays and the films. All very...More

Thank Gay O
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Campbell F
What consists of a military and senior "pass"? Does a driver license and military ID suffice?
November 30, 2015|
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Response from Keith H | Reviewed this property |
That, i do not know. My golden age passport from the NPS got me and the mrs. in, though.
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cheeka2009
About how much would it cost for two adults?
April 18, 2015|
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Response from Judith M | Reviewed this property |
Fees Daily Admission Fees: Adults (16 and older): $8.00/person Children (15 and younger): Free! Federal Interagency Annual, Senior, Access, and Military passes are accepted. The information above was copied off their... More
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