Lewis and Clark Trailhead Plaza
5
100 W. Capitol Ave.
Jefferson City, MO 65101
Phone: 573-634-6482
Viewable 24 hours
Latitude: 38° 34' 41"
Longitude: -92° 10' 16"

This Lewis and Clark monument sits next to the Capitol, at the corner of Jefferson Street and Capitol Avenue. The sculpture commemorates June 4, 1804, when the Corps of Discovery encamped in the area. The plaza includes statues of Captains Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, York (Clark’s man-servant), George Druillard (French-Canadian-Shawnee hunter and interpreter) and Seaman (Lewis’s Newfoundland dog), plus a journal, telescope, guns and hats. Water features, walkways and benches within the plaza add to the landscape. Docent volunteers are on-site weekends from mid-May through mid-September, pesenting information on the personalities and accomplishments of the figures; Saturdays and Holiday Mondays from 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Sundays 2-4 p.m., at no charge.

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    GENERAL INTEREST INFO
    • open year-round
    FOR TRAVELERS WITH DISABILITIES
    • ADA fully compliant
    • Wheelchair Accessible
    SMOKING POLICY
    • smoking in designated areas or specified guestrooms only
    SUITABLE FOR THESE AGE GROUPS
    • All ages
    ACTIVITIES ON-SITE OR WITHIN 10 MILES
    • fishing
    • boating
    • winery / vineyard
    • biking / walking trails
    • golf
    • camping
    PET POLICY
    • service animals welcome
    • pets on leash allowed
    RATES
    • free admission
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    • reservations not required
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