This restored 1790s French and American Indian trading post and village includes five log houses, all of which are furnished with 1700s American antiques. One house is thought to be the oldest log home west of the Mississippi River.
The trading post contains an extraordinary collection of 18th and 19th century artifacts and furnishings, including a trade room, a blacksmith's shop and living quarters.
Overlooks the Missouri River, the landscaping and gardens represent the period.
A historian gives a one-hour tour, by appointment only. While admission is not charged, donations are appreciated.