Rich with history a number of the North Dakota State Parks have museums open to the public. The exhibits and artifacts are unique to the area and highlight an important part of history.
Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center
The North Dakota Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center highlights some of the area’s most famous of countless travelers and residents over hundreds of years along this particular stretch of the Missouri River. This museum is home to four permanent galleries, two temporary art and history galleries, nationally-certified interpretive staff and a museum store. The museum is a fee area. More information on fees and tours can be found on the Interpretive Center webpage.
Fort Stevenson State Park
A small museum is located inside the replica of the fort's original guardhouse. The museum houses interpretive exhibits on the history of the fort and the Missouri River. The museum is free to visit with the purchase of a daily or annual vehicle permit.