This museum celebrates the contributions of Sacajawea, a Lemhi-Shoshone woman who served as an interpreter for Lewis and Clark across the Bitterroot Mountains. The museum chronicles her life before, during and after the Lewis and Clark Expedition.
Visitor facilities include a Visitor Centre, Outdoor Amphitheater, Sacajawea Monument, historic Ranch Event Area, restrooms, picnic areas, fishing access, group areas, Meriwether Theatre, Community Heritage Gardens, a Low Ropes Challenge Course, the Sacajawea Gateway Grove, a 1.6 km (one-mile) interpretive trail with a tipi encampment, fish weir, and other wildlife exhibits and a nature trail that follows the Lemhi River with a riverside sweat lodge. Presentations, demonstrations and concerts are offered throughout the Visitor Centre open season. Groups are welcome and there is ample parking for passenger vehicles and buses.
200 Main St, Salmon, ID 83467
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