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The Headquarters of the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail is located in Omaha, Nebraska. We welcome you to our Visitor Center to experience our programming, hands-on exhibits, and bookstore. Rangers provide Lewis and Clark and National Park...more
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Stumbled onto this while exploring the riverfront. Simple walk through visitor’s center at food of pedestrian bridge. Plenty of parking out front, easy to walk to from lots of hotels. Exhibits are exceptionally well done and very engaged ranger willing to play 20 questions. Doesn’t...More
My relatives in Omaha had never heard of this place. We live in Oregon where everything is Lewis & Clark so we could not pass up the opportunity to see the headquarters. The highlight was the 28 minute video on the trip of the Corp...More
We had to drag the kids in, but they really enjoyed it. They could touch everything that wasn’t behind glass. There were several pelts to identify, costumes to try on and interesting artifacts to touch. We learned a lot in about a 30 minute visit.
If you're at all interested in the Lewis & Clark trail and/or the National Parks System, this is a great place to get all kinds of information L&C and/or maps/brochures on the National Parks System, etc. There's a small gift shop with some interesting items...More
During our visit to Omaha for the College World Series, we happened upon the Lewis and Clark Historic Trail visitors center. There is a short video and few exhibits, so you're not going to spend a day here. An hour or two stop is plenty...More
I walked over the bridge to Council Bluffs, Iowa in the evening, and it was great. The only problem is that it took forever to find my way here from downtown. The way to find it is to go up into the Century Link center,...More