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George Rogers Clark National Historical Park

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A relic still visible for all to see

We were looking for things to do and ended up visiting several historical sites we had not... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
jjstorr
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McDonough, Georgia
Short History Trip

Took my 4th grade son to visit the George Rogers Clark Memorial in Vincennes because his class is... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
richardfV350PX
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Bloomington, United States
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A monument commemorates the capture of Fort Sackville from the British.
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401 S 2nd St, Vincennes, IN 47591-1001
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+1 812-882-1776 ext. 110
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed August 6, 2018

This is a grand and impressive monument about an inspiring and patriotic story very few people (including us) are even aware of, and that’s too bad. George Rogers Clark was the older brother (by 17.5 years) of William Clark of Lewis and Clark fame. Long...More

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Reviewed July 30, 2015

Excellent national park but NOT handicapped accessible. The park rangers are very knowledgeable and friendly.

1  Thank ggreen55
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Reviewed 3 days ago

We were looking for things to do and ended up visiting several historical sites we had not encountered in all our prior visit. There is additional touring available.

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Reviewed 1 week ago

Took my 4th grade son to visit the George Rogers Clark Memorial in Vincennes because his class is studying Indiana History in school. This is a wonderful memorial and he learned a lot in the short 2 hours we were there. The history of Vincennes...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I have lived in Indiana all my life and never knew the full history of George Rogers Clark and his men. Very interesting and amazing story. The monument is very stunning and cool. The murals inside were very large and beautiful. The short movie was...More

Thank Valerie B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We had no idea of this great accomplish of George Rogers Clark. At first we thought it was a Lewis and Clark memorial. We were very impressed with the memorial and its construction. Do not miss this one!!! Admission is free!!! Paid for by US...More

Thank hd452016
Reviewed October 11, 2018

Wasn't sure what to expect and ended up learning a lot about a "forgotten" Revolutionary War hero. Start at the Visitor Center and watch the 20-30 minute movie about George Rogers Clark. Then go over to the monument. Its quite stunning inside and has some...More

Thank Butch E
Reviewed September 24, 2018

I was amazed (& still am) at how gorgeous the structure is until I entered and saw the absolutely beautiful interior w/ the murals depicting the history of George Rogers Clark in the region. The small museum and movie set the story along w/ the...More

Thank tencatdaddy
Reviewed September 3, 2018

We learned so much on our Vincennes trip. And from the history this American hero George Rogers Clark deserved more than this memorial. This in no way is putting the memorial down, because it is fantastic. The paintings in side the memorial are wonderful, the...More

Thank Teresa M
Reviewed August 25, 2018

If you've never traveled Route 50, do yourself a favor and have a look! I entered IN from IL and was glad I did in time to tour this National Park and to watch the NPS movie in the visitors' center . . . you...More

Thank John K
Reviewed August 12, 2018 via mobile

Second time I’ve been inside, it’s nice. Paintings are huge! Not a super huge museum, so it doesn’t overwhelm you. I do enjoy looking at the paintings and it’s also a good place to go in and sit and cool off if you’ve been outside...More

Thank Bobbi M
Reviewed August 8, 2018

Begin your visit at the visitor center and view a 30 minute video detailing the importance of this site during the American Revolution. Here you will also find a small gift shop. Then walk over to the Memorial and view the murals painted to depict...More

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I didnt see any but their website has all kinds of information
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We went for over 2 hours but we used the time to relax. It is worth the trip.
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