Menu
  • Lewis and Clark Tours 

    Part of what makes Lewis and Clark so unique is the beauty of its campuses. From our sculptures and gardens to our historic buildings and our newer, state of the art facilities, we invite the community and the general public to visit us and see all that we have to offer. 

    Sculpture and Garden Tours

    Stretch your legs and your mind — take an entertaining guided walking tour of the stunning Godfrey campus. 

    Learn about the history of Lewis and Clark and the former Monticello Women's Seminary, and discover how Lewis and Clark is currently working to preserve the the beauty of the original limestone buildings and copper patina accents. Explore the lily pond, fountains, and gardens designed to inspire students and be environmentally friendly. Listen to the stories behind the monumental bronze sculptures by world-renowned artist Richard Hunt in Crossroads Plaza, Ruth Duckworth's "Survivor," Missouri Botanical Garden's Signature Gardens, Fountain Court, River of Colors Garden, "Sacagawea" by Glenna Goodacre, and many more fascinating features of the 215-acre campus.

    Call ahead to schedule your tour today.

    Our Sculpture brochure is available here.

    Campus Tours for Prospective Students 

    Campus Tours are available for students who are thinking about attending Lewis and Clark. Please contact the Enrollment Center at (618) 468-2222 for more information.

    Field Station Tours

    The Jerry F. Costello Confluence Field Station is the home of the National Great Rivers Research and Education Center. The uniquely designed "green" building is located near the confluence of the Mississippi, Missouri and Illinois rivers at One Confluence Way in East Alton by the Melvin Price Locks and Dam, and is open to the public Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The lobby features interactive and video displays, and outdoor signage offers visitors the opportunity for self guided tours anytime. Free, guided tours are given by Field Station staff members every Friday at 11:30 a.m.