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Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center

This interpretive site contains artifacts from every tribe the explorers encountered on their journey. The center's Bergquist Gallery features a rare complete set of the printed artworks of Swiss artist Karl Bodmer. The story of nearby Fort Clark is told in a seperate exhibit. Includes 24

Washburn, ND Education Centers

Flaming Arrow Guest Ranch

A 800-acre farm and ranch on the Lewis and Clark Trail, 5 miles from Washburn and the Lewis &

Washburn, ND Education Centers


Fort Mandan Overlook State Historic Site

The site overlooks the area where Lewis and Clark established their headquarters for the winter of 1804-05

Washburn, ND Historic Sites


Things to do Historic Sites near Washburn, ND

Crawley Flint Quarry State Historic Site

This site preserves an area from which Indians quarried quantities of Knife River flint used to make stone tools for trade wi...

Writing Rock State Historic Site

This site preserves two large boulders bearing many Indian pictographs. This area was used by early people for worship and hu...

Fort Buford State Historic Site

Established in 1866 at the confluence of the Missouri and Yellowstone rivers, Fort Buford became a major supply depot for mil...

Pulver Mounds State Historic Site

Two low burial mounds from Woodland culture tradition of the Late Prehistoric Period are the main features of this site which...

Fort Mandan Overlook State Historic Site

The site overlooks the area where Lewis and Clark established their headquarters for the winter of 1804-05....