This is a two-story center with a large theater (but small screen) that seems to be having either a video or information talk by a ranger almost constantly. The museum follows the story of how Lewis & Clark stared their expedition nad went from Pennsylvania to the Pacific Coast, and all the trials and tribulations they went through. It is quite a comprehensive story. The gift shop was small but intriguing. The place is handicapped accessible. The senior pass got us in for free (this thing has paid for itself ten times over). Afterwards, we drove along the River Road to look at the Ryan Dam and river area.
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