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Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center
Lewis & Clark Exhibit
Lewis & Clark Gallery
Newly-installed exhibits at the Interpretive Center immerse you in the journey of the Lewis & Clark Expedition with sound and interactive displays.  The new exhibits include over 100 items from the John Fisher Collection that represent items Lewis & Clark used on the expedition, including one of only six working air rifles in the world. 

Fort Clark
Fort Clark Exhibit
This exhibit tells the story of the early fur trade and Native American culture in the Upper Missouri river region after the Lewis & Clark Expedition.

Our Agrarian Heritage
Our Agrarian Heritage
Learn the story of agriculture in North Dakota beginning with Our First Farmers and leading up to present-day agriculture.  This includes a brand-new kiosk that preserves the history of farming in a searchable database of Centennial Farms in North Dakota that is continually updated.

Chief Four Bears
Prince Maximilian and Karl Bodmer Exhibit
Completed April 2013, our newest exhibit tells the story of the German Prince Maximilian and Swiss artist Karl Bodmer, two Europeans who traveled through the American frontier from 1832 to 1834 to document the lives of American Indians. A contemporary collection of Karl Bodmer's aquatints - one of only four in the world - is also on display. Visitors can create and purchase their own souvenir aquatints in the new interactive art kiosk.

Brush Scholar
Now on Exhibit
Brush Scholar: The Lewis & Clark Art of Michael Haynes
Haynes's paintings of Lewis and Clark subjects for the bicentennial of the Expedition (2003-2006) not only changed how Americans picture the Expedition, but also raised the standards of historic art with his intense grounding in research.

On display February 11-June 25, 2017.

Museum Store
Museum Store
After enjoying the exhibits in the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center, be sure to check out our newly-remodeled store. The Museum Store carries a large selection of books, as well as many North Dakota made items, artwork, one-of-a-kind jewelry, clothing, home decor and more.