Exhibit of Lewis & Clark First Steps Into the Louisiana Purchase

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Dedication of visitor's exhibit featuring flags of the three nations flown over the area with murals depicting journal entries recorded during voyagers' encampment. This exhibit also features a granite map of explorers journey from Monticello to the Pacific. Site commemorates the explorers first steps into the Louisiana Purchase on November 16, 1803 in what is now Mississippi County at the confluence of the Ohio and Mississippi rivers.

Hours: 2 p.m.

Nov. 19 will be re-enactment of Lewis and Clark's landing at Bird's Point at confluence of Mississippi and Ohio rivers with St. Charles re-enactors

Exhibit of Lewis & Clark First Steps Into the Louisiana Purchase

Address : Whipple Park off of I-57 at exit 10. Charleston MO
Phone : 888-649-9677   (Always call and confirm events.)

Admission Fee : Free


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