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The interpretive center contains a number of galleries with information about the Lewis and Clark expedition as well as the agricultural history of North Dakota and art by local artists. You can get a combined admission that includes Fort Mandan.
We enjoyed this facility on the whole. There were many interesting exhibits and it was well-researched. It appears to be a work in progress and I'd like to return in a few years to see what progress they have made.
This is not a bad place by any means, and the building is new and clean and nice with plenty of picnic spots around on the outside. Bathrooms are clean. But in the end it's just a bunch of displays about L&C. Fort Mandan has...More
For a small site it sure packs a lot of information. We did learn some new details on a subject that we thought we knew pretty well.
I never thought that I would say this but the gift shop was different with unusual, high quality...More
This interpretative look at Lewis and Clark and the culture and lifestyles of the natives and settlers of North Dakota was a fascinating way to spend a rainy morning. The Mandan and Hidatsa tribes were integral pieces of this history.