Lewis & Clark Missouri River Visitors Center

100 Valmont Dr., Nebraska City, NE 68410
(402) 874-9900

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Nebraska City was terra incognita when explorers Lewis and Clark camped along the Missouri River here in July 1804. The Lewis & Clark Missouri River Visitors Center in Nebraska City allows modern-day explorers to follow in their footsteps. Interactive exhibits appeal to all ages. The extensive journals the explorers kept marked the first written descriptions of 122 animal species and 178 plant species, each of which is included in some way at the visitor center. Step aboard a full-size replica of their 55-foot wooden keelboat or explore an Indian earth lodge.