St. Louis, Missouri: Lewis, Clark, and Seaman the Dog

Bronze statue commemorate Lewis and Clark and Seaman the Dog's return to non-Native civilization on September 23, 1806.

176 N. Leonor K. Sullivan Blvd, St. Louis, MO
Just north of the Gateway Arch, along the Mississippi riverfront. You can drive past it, but there's no place to park. You'll have to walk.
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There's a bronze Lewis and Clark and Seaman the Dog statue near the base of the Gateway Arch in St. Louis. I highly recommend stopping here.

[Jason Linemann, 07/25/2020]

The sculpture, by Garry Weber, was dedicated on the 200th anniversary of Lewis and Clark's return in 1806. When the Mississippi River floods, the half-submerged humans look like they're wading ashore.

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