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The North Dakota Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center

Washburn, North Dakota

Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center
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The North Dakota Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center, operated by the Lewis & Clark Fort Mandan Foundation, interprets the history of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, with a special focus on the winter they spent at Fort Mandan.
It opened in 1997 and overlooks the Missouri River outside of Washburn, North Dakota.

The Center includes a museum store, temporary exhibits, an events facility, and a research library.

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