Twin Bridges is known as the place where, in 1805, Lewis and Clark met Sacajawea’s tribe and was able to add horses to their expedition and pass the Continental Divide before winter. That historic site is at the entrance to the Twin Bridge’s Fairground.
The barns where the sheep, pigs and goats sleep during the fair time each year are on the National Register of Historic Places.
They are classic in their design – functional and protected with new cross bracing to insure at least another 100 years of service.
Besides the Show Barns, the more open Bull and Horse Barn is a classic showpiece at hundreds of fairgrounds and rodeo grounds across America.
Elevations, floor plan and video tour in the works.