National Frontier Trails Museum is a museum in Independence devoted to showing the three trails to Santa Fe, California and Oregon that all had their origin in Independence at one time.
They have some stuff on Lewis and Clarke and lots of personal stories from various pioneers, complete with displays and old objects and information on the walls. It's good, but still pales in comparison to the Oregon Trail museum in Baker City and some other things I've seen on this subject. Still, at $6 it's worth your time.
All pics here.
Westward fever indeed...
Map which shows the route of the Lewis & Clarke expedition.
Cozy, cozy Santa Fe.
Wonderful, mighty Scotts Bluff.
They had a small room which lets kids play and solve some dilemmas, but again it pales compared to the Trail museum in Baker City, Oregon.