The Lewis & Clark Riverboat continues the proud tradition of the Missouri River steamers at the Port of Bismarck. We offer an adventure on the mighty Missouri from May thru September, with charters, bus tours, reunions, business meetings and weddings.
The Missouri Riverboat Inc. has been a well-respected establishment in the Bismarck-Mandan area for 17 years, operating the Lewis & Clark Riverboat, the finest passenger vessel on the upper Missouri River. Operated privately for a number of years, it is currently owned and operated by the Fort Abraham Lincoln Foundation.
Cruise the majestic Missouri River on the Lewis and Clark Riverboat. Try a regular excursion or if you fancy a bit of elegance in your life, try our special dinner cruise. There is something for everyone at the Lewis and Clark Riverboat.
10 reviews of Lewis & Clark Riverboat "The ticket price is $19 and to me it's worth it. The tour length is 1.5 hours and we opted for the sunset tour. It goes down the Missouri River at a slow pace and serves refreshments, cocktails, snacks.…
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Here, a Park Ranger will guide you through the impressive Lewis and Clark Interpretive Exhibit. Situated on the cliffs 200 feet above the Pacific Ocean, the center commemorates the Corps of Discovery’s 1804-1806 expedition. Attend live demonstrations, an interactive film, and a variety of exhibits dedicated to Lewis and Clark.
An expert on the Corps of Discovery offers an in-depth exploration of Lewis and Clark’s expedition while stopping at various sites where they made camp. Follow the infamous Portage Route, where the Corps of Discovery experienced a month-long trial to determine the best route around the Great Falls.
Nestled at the convergence of the Snake and Clearwater Rivers in southeast Washington, Clarkston is the gateway to North America's deepest gorge, Hells Canyon. Named for William Clark of the historic Lewis and Clark Expedition, the town features beautiful scenic vistas, year-round recreation, an inland seaport rich in history.