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Lewis and Clark Boat House and Nature Center

Hours: Monday-Saturday 10:00am-5:00pm and Sunday Noon-5:00pm.
Closed on New Year's Day, Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.

Entrance Fee:
Adults $5.00
Children under 17 $2.00
Group Rates are available (Groups of 15 or more).

Contact Us:
Bishop's Landing
1050 S. Riverside Drive
St. Charles, MO 63301




Lewis and Clark Kids Page


Puzzle Links


Lewis and Clark word unscramble

Word Unscramble Answers

Hidden Picture Pizzle

Coloring Pages Links

Lewis and Clark Coloring Page

Sacagawea Coloring Page


Rag Doll Instructions


Rag Doll Instructions


Lewis and Clark Fun Facts

  • They saw their first buffalo when they hit the Kansas River around July 4, 1804

  • The1792 Springfield musket fired 3 rounds per minute

  • Sergeants wore a red sash and have one red epaulette on their right shoulder

  • The sashes were used to carry the wounded off the field

  • Fort Belle Fontaine was where they spent their first and last days on the river

  • Sacagawea was reunited with her brother on the trip

  • The flag was rolled not folded

  • The expedition discovered 178 new plants and 122 new species of animals

  • They traveled almost 8000 miles

  • The song Chester by William Billings was considered the “national anthem” of the time.

  • They encountered over 50 indian tribes

  • The flag had 15 stars and 15 stripes

  • The uniform of Captain Lewis had silver trim and buttons and the uniform of Captain Clark had gold trim and buttons


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Clothing of the Lewis And Clark Expedition
by Lauren Baggett

Lewis, Clark and Sacagawea

Lauren Baggett 2015 Girl Scout Page

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