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The Missouri Breaks Interpretive Center keeps stories alive! Highlighting the natural and cultural history of the Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument and Upper Missouri River. The lobby of the interpretive center provides boating information for those floating the river. The classroom provides viewing of our film White Cliffs, Wild River and also showcases a scale model of the entire 149-mile river corridor. View Chief Josephs' surrender rifle, relinquished after a 1,170mi race to freedom by members of the Nez Perce tribe from Army control. A life-size replica Murphy Freight Wagon, used to take shipments arriving on steamboats at Fort Benton's levee to points as far as Walla Walla WA, Bannack, and Fort Whoop-up in Canada. Re-live steam boating history by stepping inside a replica pilot house. Visit our website or contact us for more information!
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From Highway 80 (13th Street) and Front Street - travel west on Front Street to 7th, turn left onto 7th in approximately 50 yards turn left into parking lot, 701 7th Street.
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