Our Map of the Lewis and Clark Scenic Byway is intended as a guide for Travelers of the Byway Corridor for 2022.

Our Guide Map displays communities where Businesses, Galleries, Gardens & Museum Stops are located who have advertised on our Website for this year and will be on our Scavenger Puzzle Hunt.

New event for the summer is a

"Scavenger Puzzle Hunt"

Top Prize $500 plus more...

The Event Dates: will run from June 15th to August 15th Visit as many of the different stops including Restaurants, Historic Houses, Vintage shops, Train Depots, Museums, Parks and more to complete a Puzzle. for details


Instructions for the "Puzzle Hunt" are posted below the Map.

The Map below shows most of the Byway Corridor and the Highways.

Be sure to say "Hello" & "Thanks" to the businesses that sponsor and support the Lewis & Clark Scenic Byway!

Prize drawings: Top prize is a drawing for $500. All registered contestants with a Hunt Card that collect all 48 of the puzzle pieces will be entered in this drawing. A very limited number of contestants will be competing.

Second prize is a drawing for $300. All registered contestants with a Hunt Card that collect at least 45 of the puzzle pieces will be entered in this drawing.

Third prize is a drawing for $150. All registered contestants with a Hunt Card that collect at least 40 pieces of the puzzle will be entered in this drawing.

Anyone can play but only registered contestants can qualify for the prizes.

Please check ALL business websites and FACEBOOK for detailed information on each of their hours and the Scavenger Puzzle Hunt details--Call Ahead as you plan your route!

Scavenger Hunt Instructions: $500 top Prize Drawing for contestants that complete their Puzzle! You MUST Register to be on the Scavenger Puzzle Hunt.

Here are the Steps to Hunt for the Puzzle Pieces:

1. To Enter the Hunt: Register name by Texting your Family Name, address, cell phone number and email to 712-899-4577. Note: Registration is on a first come first serve basis. TEXT NOW--A limited number of contestants will be allowed, with a limited number of puzzles, better chances to WIN! so don't delay!

2. Step 2, you will need to Call to purchase a $5 contestant Hunt Card. Call with a credit card to Sheryl (Byway President) 712-899-4577 to purchase your $5 contestant Hunt Card. This Hunt Card will be required to pick up your puzzle pieces.

3. Your family will be on the register to pick up your Hunt Card at the first stop. Then you are ready to Go! Travel anytime between June 15th and August 15th.

4. SEE OUR WEBSITE & LOOK at EACH OF THE STOPS at LOOK at the list of stops at each community. Hours vary so plan your route and call ahead! Each stop will have their hours, phone numbers and information listed as we get closer to June 15th. CALL AHEAD TO BE SURE!

5. Follow the directions and Clues at each stop: you can find some clues will be online and some clues at each stop. You might need to collect Tokens with instructions on how to receive your puzzle pieces. Each stop will be different with different instructions. If no person is available to turn your token in to, you can mail those in after you complete your travels to: Sheryl Piere 3718 O Avenue, Macy, NE 68039 and we will mail your puzzle pieces to you.

6. August 15th: The last day to travel and collect your puzzle pieces and Tokens. If you need to mail in the Tokens, see address and details in step 5 above.

7. Text or email a photo: When you have completed your travels and collected your puzzle pieces, assemble your puzzle and take a picture of it with your Hunt Card using your cell phone. Make sure you have at least 40 pieces in your puzzle. We will verify this by the signed registers at each stop. Text to: 712-899-4577 or email it to:

8. Drawings will be held on August 25th, 10 days after the last date to collect your pieces and assemble your puzzle.

9. Winners will be contacted and have the option to be announced in local papers following the August 25th drawings.

Questions/Contact: Sheryl Piere, Byway President--call or text 712-899-4577



All STOPS & Businesses hours are listed below--please call ahead to confirm hours!

List of Stops by participating towns:

Omaha—Lewis and Clark Center
Fort Calhoun—Washinton Co. Museum
Blair—Country Gardens, Creative Connections, ACME fabrics, Main Street Boutique, Cherry Pickings, Blair Garden Center, Bra-ta Boutique
Herman—Jiffy Shop
Tekamah—Burt Co. Museum, Chatter Box, Tipsy Pig, Bryant House Museum, Pollinator Garden/Plaindealer, Bitters Critters, Ronnie’s, Master’s Hand
Oakland—The Bing, Nelson’s Food Pride, Swedish Heritage Center, Eden Events, Simple Blossoms by Lena
Lyons—Center for Rural Affairs, Petal Pushers
Bancroft—Neihardt Center, First Com. Bank, Rude’s Mart
Pender—Thurston Co. Heritage Museum, Uptown Pix, Thriftique
Walthill—Pop-A-Joes, Walthill City Office, HaWaTays
Decatur—Green Lantern Steakhouse, Pop N Docs, Bluff Haven, Decatur Museum, Sears Center, River’s Edge Collectables
Decatur/Macy—Scenic Overlook and Blackbird Hill Studio
Onawa—Lewis & Clark Center at Blue Lake
Winnebago—Sweet Water Cafe
Homer—Special Finds
South Sioux City—Koffee Knechtion
Sioux City—Lewis & Clark Interpretive C., Dorothy Pecaut Center, Railroad Museum


OMAHA-Lewis and Clark Visitor Center

OMAHA - Lewis and Clark Trail Visitor Center
601 Riverfront Drive
Omaha, NE 68102
*Due to construction, entrance is accessible only via Abbott Drive, then turn south on Riverfront Drive.*

The Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail is approximately 4,900 miles long, extending from Pittsburgh, PA to the mouth of the Columbia River, near present day Astoria, Oregon, following the historic outbound and inbound routes of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. The trail was established by Congress in 1978 as part of the national trails system (NTS) as one of four original national historic trails. Today, visitors can follow the approximate route of the Corps of Discovery (Lewis and Clark Expedition members) by exploring the trail using a variety of transportation methods and interpretive means.

The Headquarters for the entire Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail is located in Omaha, Nebraska. We welcome you to our Visitor Center to experience our programming, 25 minute Lewis and Clark video, hands-on exhibits, and bookstore. Rangers provide Lewis and Clark and National Park Service information. America the Beautiful National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Passes are available.

Behind-the-scenes, a multidisciplinary team of specialists with expertise in outdoor recreation, geography, environmental protection, natural and cultural resources, volunteer management, education, and interpretation assist in furthering the mission of the Trail.

FORT CALHOUN--Washington County Museum

Now Open Tuesday through Friday 9 to 5, Sat 9-1

102 N 14th Street Fort Calhoun


Go to for events & activities

Julie Ashton, Director402.468.5740 FacebookYouTube

  • Admission: $3 provides access to the museum and Frahm House

Historic Frahm House

220 S. 15th Street, Fort Calhoun, one block west of the museum

County historical museum featuring exhibits of early Native Americans, Lewis and Clark's council with the Otoe's, archaeology, early towns and pioneer homesteading



1716 Washington Street


Hours: Tuesday-Friday 9-4 Saturday 9-3 or by appointment

A Great Variety of Fabrics and everything you need to be creative!



1561 S. Hwy 30, Blair


Hours: Mon-Fri 9-6 -- Sat 9-5:30 -- Sun 12-5

BLAIR--Bra-ta Boutique--Fashion Retail Therapy


1669 Washington Street

Tuesday-Friday 10-5:30 Saturdays 10-3

You will LOVE this darling fashion shop!

Blair--Creative Connection Studio Gallery

1546 Washington Street


Hours: Generally Monday to Saturday 10-6 Please call ahead!

Unique hand-made art and crafts, gifts and home decor in many styles and colors. Antiques and collectibles in a fun mix such as photographs, pottery, stained & fused glass, jewelry, collage and other media created by area artists.

Art and Music classes for all ages. Parties for painting a canvas or other fun projects available all year long.


1502 Washington Street



1651 Washington Street


Hours: Tue - Wed - Fri 10 - 5:30 -- Thurs 10-7:30 -- Sat 9-4

Blair--Cherry Pickings

402-812-9468 or 402-321-9623

1705 Washington Street

Tuesday - Friday 11-5 Saturday 11-3



301 Main Street - Highway 75


Open 6am to 6:30 pm Monday thru Saturday Closed on Sunday

MMM...Ice cream, sodas, coffee & more!

We are a family owned business. We offer convenience items and fountain drinks,
coffee and slushies, along with delicious hot menu items for breakfast until 11am
and lunch/dinner until 6 pm.
We will also be opening a drive-thru soon!
Take out is available and many of our locals call ahead and pick up their order when they are ready.
We have a lovely eatery where you can sit down and enjoy your meal if you would prefer to do that.
We look forward to meeting each and every one of you!


TEKAMAH--Burt Co. Museum

NOW OPEN! Regular Hours: 1:00 to 5:00 p.m., Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.

319 N 13th st 402-374-1505

Historic 1904 E.C. Houston House and Museum grounds. Owner of the Houston Lumber company, Mr. Houston was a prominent businessman. The interior of the 14 room house remains much as it was, with beautiful leaded-etched windows, early light fixtures, open stairway to the second floor, and a third floor ballroom. Four floors of exhibits.

Next to the Houston House is our

Folsom Park Bridge over a pond filled with Koi fish. Beautiful grasses, flowers, trees and plants adorn the berm.

Our beautiful Folsom Bridge is also a nice place to admire the many plants surrounding the pond. While enjoying the quaint little waterfall see how many Koi fish you can count that live in the pond.

Tekamah--Master's Hand

3599 County Road "F" on Hwy 75


Hours: Tuesday - Saturday 8-6

Plants and hanging baskets for sale plus an amazing variety of specialty candles and candies made daily. Classes are offered on Container Gardening, Succulent & plant care. Wide assortment of gifts for all occasions. Occasional Flee Markets and other events.

Worlds Greatest Cinnamon Rolls!

Master's Hand

TEKAMAH--Bryant House

104 S 16th St 402-870-1127

Regular Hours: Friday & Saturday: 1-4 pm or by appointment.

Please call ahead! 402-870-1127

Open for Tours by request all other times-please call 402-870-1127.

This 1890 house was built by Rose & E.W.Bryant. Rose is the granddaughter of Benjamin Folsom who was the founder of Tekamah.

The Queen Anne Victorian home has been lived in by members of the same family.

As different generations moved in the house, you would think that household items would be replaced. But fortunately, nothing was thrown out!

When stepping through the front doors, you are taken back in history. The first photos you see are grandparents born in 1777 & 1784. "Oh, the stories we can tell visitors". Please visit this fabulous house so we can show you many unbelievable items and share fascinating stories.




Kitchen Hours 11 - 2pm & 5 - 9pm Tues., thru Sat. Sunday 12 - 8pm Closed Monday

Bar open all day with happy hour 2 to 5


904 S. 13th HWY 75


Hour Tues-Fri 9-5 --- Sat 9-3


FOOD, WINE, BREWS, Inside & Outside seating


Sponsored by Plaindealer Publishing and UNL Nebraska Extension


Outside Polinator Garden

Scavenger Puzzle Hunt Participants:

Look for the Garden's Mail Box to get your token & take to the office.

Get your Puzzle piece during Plaindealer Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8-4

Plaindealer Office Hours: Mon - Fri 8-4


230 S 13th


Hours: 10-1am

Inside & Outside seating, Food & Bar



LEWIS & CLARK STATE PARK - 21914 Park Loop Onawa, IA

Park information:
  • Visitors Center Hours: Wednesday - Saturday 9AM to 4PM If you would like to come on a different day please call or email the park prior to your arrival and schedule a time to visit with our staff.
  • Phone Number: 712-423-2829
  • Park Email:
  • Park Website:
  • Description of the Park: Lewis and Clark State Park in western Iowa is both a picturesque park and a historic location along the Lewis and Clark expedition trail from 1804. The park is a popular destination for boating, fishing and other outdoor recreation, with an opportunity to engage in history at the Visitors Center which features replicas of the boats used on the expedition. If you are traveling with kids make sure you allow time for them to participate in our Jr. Ranger Program from the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail. If you have a National Parks Passport stop by to get your stamp!

Reproduction of 1803 Keelboat/barge used on Lewis and Clark's Expedition

Reproduction of red pirogue used on the Expedition




CALL JULIE FOR BOTH STOPS 402-685-5652 or 402-380-9744

429 N. Oakland

Hours: Mon-Fri 8-7 -- Sat-8-6 -- Sun-9-4

Facebook-Nelsons Food Pride

OAKLAND--The Bing Bed & Breakfast

201 S Oakland Ave


100 year old photography studio renovated into a gorgeous Bed & Breakfast with a relaxing outdoor garden with birdbath.


309 N. Oakland Ave 402-618-0306

Hours: Mon - Sat 10-5


301 N Chard Ave Oakland, NE 68045

402-685-5652 or 402-380-9744


501 Oakland Ave


Hours: Mon & Tues 4-6 --- Wed & Thurs 9:30-4:30 ---Fri 12-5 --- Sat 9-1

Ask about our FLOWER BAR PARTY


Center For Rural Affairs

Hours: Monday-Thursday 8 am - 5:00pm Friday 8am to 1pm Closed Sat/Sun

145 Main Street, Lyons NE 68038

Phone Number: 402-687-2100
Contact Person: Tricia Darnell

Lyons--Petal Pushers

227 Main Street Lyons, NE

402-687-4132 Facebook-petalpusherslyons

Hours: Mon-Fri 8-4 -- Sat 9-12

Find the Portrait of Waldo Lyon-Town Founder

To claim your Scavenger Hunt Puzzle Piece

Fresh and Silk flowers, gifts for all occasions.

Plants, catering, screen printing, embroidering, and so much more.

Serving Lunch daily! ------ listing on Facebook


BANCROFT--John G. Neihardt State Historic Site

306 W Elm Street Hours: Tue - Sat 10-4 Sun 1-4

The Neihardt Center Please call for current hours 402-648-3388

Events Monthly

Enjoy the Sacred Hoop Garden near Neihardt's Study


1988 Hwy 16 -- Convenience & Grocery Store


Hours: Almost always open


201 Main Street - On the Corner


Mon - Fri 7:30 -3 and Thurs 7:30 - 5

Check out this Historic Bank!


Scavenger Hunters: Standing near the center of the shelter, Look towards the entrance and see the nearest Tree. SCAVENGER CLUE: If you HUNT like a FOX, you will find a _ _ _ !

This is a beautiful overlook along Highway 75. There is an open shelter with kiosks describing the area and it's History. This is where Lewis and Clark met with the Local Tribes on their journey.


Blackbird Hill Studio

On HWY 75--7 miles North of Decatur or 3 South of Macy "O" Ave (The one that Turns West)

Please call ahead--712-899-4577

Scavenger Hunters: Clue: It's a Farm Studio!

3718 O Ave - turn West--on Hwy 75 - It's a Farm Studio

Call or Text 712-899-4577

Enjoy a stroll through my Gardens and Studios!

I have Photography, Paintings, and Pottery -- Plus Gardens to show!



The address - 3283 County Rd. V , Decatur NE 68020

THE HARDSTEEL office is where Scavenger Puzzle Hunters will come to Hunt Instructions and where renters come to pick up keys and billing.

DECATUR--RIVERS EDGE - Vintage Decor & Antiques

723 S. Broadway in Decatur 402-870-0409

Hours: Friday 12-5 and Saturday 10-2

Call ahead for appointments

Treasures of all Kinds!

DECATUR--Decatur Museum

400 W 8th Street 402-349-5018

Days open: Wednesday & Saturday 1 to 4 p.m.

Summer Exhibit features Decatur Churches--Past & Present--

amazing photos and memories from the surrounding area!

A.B. Fuller House built in 1875

Also known as the Robert E. Baker Memorial Building

Days open: Wednesday & Saturday 1 to 4 p.m.

Decatur is Nebraska's Second Oldest Town. "Preserving our past to Enhance our Future"

Visit the "The Local Legends Main Street Trolley". A community Art Project for story telling and sharing local legends. On Main Street--Supported by the Museum.


Under the Bridge! 402-349-5357

Open: Wednesday to Sunday--- See the Kitchen and Deck Bar hours below.


823 S. Broadway

Monday - Friday 9-3


Featuring a Gallery Exhibit of "Tractors" old and New!

Call ahead for Lunch Menu weekdays--Coffee & Rolls on Friday mornings


653 Broadway Street


Lunch and Dinner Hours:

Monday, Wednesday Thursday & Friday: Kitchen 11-1:30 & 5-8 Bar 11 -

Tuesday Kitchen 11-1:30 Evening Kitchen Closed Bar 11 -

Saturday Kitchen 5-8 pm Bar 4 -

Sunday Closed



224 Main Street


Mon-Fri 8-4:30

WALTHILL--HAWATAY'S Gift Shop & Supplies

222 Main Street


Hours: Mon-Fri 12-6pm - Closed Sat-Sun

Hawatay's Gift Shop & Supplies bringing Everyone alike Beads, Blankets, Leather, and One-of-a-kind Products. Locally Owned & Native American (Omaha) owned.

WALTHILL--POP-A-JOES Soda & Coffee Shop

Main Street

402-922-3434 or 402-922-1988

Monday 7-2 -- Tuesday-Friday 7-5

New to Walthill--Sodas & Coffee & More!


Ho-Chunk Village - 1030 Buffalo Trail STE 130


Open Mon-Fri 7:30-2

Sweet Water Cafe in Ho Chunk Village

HOMER--Special Finds

On Hwy 75/77 next to Pronto


Open Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.



419 Golf Rd (just north of Walmart)


Breakfast & Brunch Restaurant

Hours: Mon-Fri 7-2 -- Sat & Sun 8-12

-- Tree House Rental--Hobbit House too--call for information!


Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center

Check out our updated website: .

Sunday programs and Saturday Kids programs via Facebook and YouTube & on our website.

You will love the Dinosaur Display on the grounds outside! A Must See!

Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center

Betty Strong Encounter Center

900Larsen Park Road

Sioux City, IA 51103



9am-5 pm Tuesday through Friday

Noon-5pm Saturday & Sunday

All activities, programs and exhibits are free

Built and sustained by (MRHD) Missouri River Historical Development, Inc.

Life-like animatronics

Hand-painted murals

Entertaining and informative presentations

Local history, art and photography

SIOUX CITY--Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center

Nature Center Hours: Tues. – Sat. 9am – 4pm

Closed Sun & Mon

Hiking trails open daily 4:30 am – 10pm. Park in lower lot after hours.

Office: 712-258-0838 ~ Mobile: 712-898-9168

Woodbury County Conservation Board ~ Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center

4500 Sioux River Rd. ~ Sioux City, IA 51109-1657 ~ Facebook Instagram YouTube

Visit the Nature Playscape

View our Loess Hills Exhibit Gallery & Live Birds of Prey exhibit

Hike our trails!


3400 Sioux River Rd, Sioux City, IA, United States, Iowa
(712) 233-6996

Hours: Tues-Sat 10-4 -- Sun 12-4 Monday Closed

Museum Tours: $10

Scavenger Puzzle Hunt--check in at the office


Thurston County Heritage Museum

Heritage Museum of Thurston County Nebraska

500 Ivan St. Pender, NE 68047

To arrange a visit please call Kellie Wageman 402-922-3714

Regular Hours:

Year round: Mon & Fri 1-4 pm. Free admission

Follow & Like us on FACEBOOK: Heritage Museum of Thurston County


Main Street Thriftique 404 Main Street


Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 10-2 Saturday 9-1

Large selection of Items of every kind--A Must See!


322 Main Street


Hours: Mon - Fri 9-6 -- Sat 10-4 - Sun 10-12