The Lewis and Clark Trailhead Plaza was dedicated in June 2008 and will serve as a center for future connections to the Jefferson City Greenway System and Katy Trail State Park.
The monument stands on Missouri State Capitol grounds at the corner of Capitol Avenue and Jefferson Street.
The Lewis and Clark Corps of Discovery monument, sculpted by Sabra Tull Meyer, is a the five-figure monument commemorating the journey of Meriwether Lewis and William Clark through Missouri.
The monument sits among large limestone bluff walls, waterfalls, landscaping and interpretive signage.
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Did you know that the upper waterfall of the monument represents the 21 major rivers and streams the expedition encountered on the way west?
If your group is looking for more “insider” information like this, consider a docent session. This presentation about the history of the Lewis and Clark Corps of Discovery is about 15 minutes and provides information that may not generally be known by most visitors!
Contact us to schedule your docent session, today!