The Sacajawea Center is an Idaho Events Center and Interpretive, Cultural and Educational Center owned and operated by the City of Salmon, in partnership with the Bureau of Land Management, the Idaho Governor's Lewis & Clark Trail Committee and many others. Dedicated to honoring and providing education about America's great historical heroine, Sacagawea, an Agai Dika Lemhi Shoshone, and her role in the Corps of Discovery.
The Center is a happening place during the summer and early fall months. Join us for Sacajawea Center special events including indoor and outdoor concerts, annual historical events, dutch oven cookouts, festivals, kids summer camps, and family historical programs throughout the summer and early fall months. Visitors also enjoy the Heritage Community Gardens and the Kid's Garden, artifacts and scenic walking trails througout the beautiful 71-acre park. Even your dog can enjoy its time at the Sacajawea Center in the Seaman's Dog Walk and Play Area where you can't miss the bronze statue of Seaman, Captain Meriwether Lewis' Newfoundland. You'll want to stop in the Visitor Center to view interpretive exhibits and artifacts that focus on Sacajawea. The Sacajawea Center Research Library located in the Learning Center is open for you to view or purchase Expedition journals and titles, Native American topics, field guides, and children's books.