Lewis & Clark Festival | Great Falls, Montana
The annual Lewis and Clark Festival is held each year on the third weekend of June, in Gibson Park, in downtown Great Falls Montana. The Festival highlights the Lewis and Clark Expedition and their stay in the Central Montana area in 1805.
Observe reenactors in historic dress, as they re-create their adventures, and talk about their life along the Missouri. Learn how they worked and what they found. Included in the Festival are historical demonstrations, a Bluegrass concert, Native American dancers and drummers, children’s activities, and more, including a tour through the Gates of the Mountains!
Fine arts and food vendors are on site as well, with handcrafted items and beautiful art for your perusal. If you’re a Lewis and Clark fan, a history buff, or you’re just looking for something fun to do, this is the place to be! For more information, see our website, at www.lewisandclarkfoundation.org.
The Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail Interpretive Center is the hub of the festival along the peaceful banks of the Missouri River.