Lewis and Clark National Trail Center
Welcome to Omaha's Lewis and Clark National Trail Center, otherwise known as the Lewis and Clark Trail Headquarters and Visitor Center. Serving as the headquarters of the entire trail system, a trail system measuring out to be an impressive total of 3,700 miles from Wood River Illinois to the mouth of the Columbia River (that's an 11 state span!), this is a highly educational stop to make while in the area.
The Visitor Center onsite holds various informational exhibits over Lewis and Clark themselves, their history, their legacy, and their local impact, as well as a bookstore full of educational materials. Your group can set up a meeting with a park ranger here and opt-in for more in depth-historic information or trail tours, as well.
Learn all about the U-Mo'n-Ho'n tribe, or Omaha Indians, the obvious city namesake. This land was the home of this tribe, also known as the 'upriver people'. The entire area, the visitor center and the trail itself, have been serving the community and commemorating Lewis and Clark's journey for over 80 years now, so don't miss out on a chance to stop by and take advantage of their expertise!