A local tourist attraction has reopened on a regular basis after a few years of inactivity. The Lewis and Clark Confluence Tower has begun operating on a summer schedule, which means the facility will be open Thursdays through Mondays from 10am – 4pm. It was closed completely for more than a year during the COVID pandemic.

Cory Jobe, President and CEO of the Great Rivers and Routes Tourism Bureau tells The Big Z it’s great to have this attraction reopen.

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Tours are $6 for adults and $4 for children when purchased at the Tower. Tickets are also available on RiversandRoutes.com: https://www.riversandroutes.com/things-to-do/buy-tickets/

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