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Mission Statement

To Commorate the Lewis and Clark Expediton, and educate people about the rivers and region.

Description

The Lewis and Clark Confluence Tower was constructed as a commemoration to the 200th anniversary of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. The 180-foot Tower overlooks the confluence of the Mississippi and Missouri rivers and the point of departure where Captain Clark and the Corps of Discovery began the journey west on May 14, 1804. It is made up of two towers connected by three viewing platforms. The two towers represent both Lewis and Clark and the two converging rivers, the Mississippi and Missouri. The Tower is accompanied with exhibits and panels that tell the stories of the Village of Hartford, the Meeting of the Great Rivers National Scenic Byway and the confluence of the rivers.

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http://confluencetower.com

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