Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center


(509) 751-0240

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There is a historical marker for the October 10, 1805 campsite of the Lewis & Clark Expedition. Nearby are several open-air interpretive displays, including a dug-out canoe. Nez Perce lore is conveyed in Nancy Dreher’s Tsceminicum sculpture. Parking is off the west end of D Street in Lewiston.

Categories: Historic Sites, Levee System, Lewis & Clark, Lewis & Clark Trail

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