In addition to the two separate buildings that provide a comprehensive history of the Mississippi river, including navigation and preservation, there are several additional areas to visit, including a historic log cabin, wetlands walk, and my favorite, the "William M. Black," a decommissioned river dredger. This vessel worked through the early 1970's and is preserved intact. Almost the entire ship is fully accessible to visitors. Fun and educational.
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