Another Cowboy Moment Video Series. Brought to you by the North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame and Ken Howie Studios. Features segments from interviews with North Dakota ...
You and the littles can learn more about what life was like for those living on the North Dakota plains for real cowboys, the Native Americans and rodeo riders.
The National Buffalo Museum is a 6000 square foot facility housed in a rustic log building at the Frontier Village in Jamestown, North Dakota.
Help protect the American buffalo as you visit and learn about bison as a species. The herd includes three white buffalo and are located next to Frontier Village, which is full of old pioneer buildings like a barbershop, jailhouse and post office.
Make sure you have your camera ready, because this 32-mile stretch of highway has giant metal sculptures that would be fun to stop at and get up close and personal with.
Fort Union Trading Post. ... Fort Union was the most important fur trade post on the Upper Missouri River. ... The North Dakota origins of our nation's parks.
This fur trading post is a fantastic way to educate your kids for free. Roll up to Fort Union and learn about what was traded, between whom and how it made everyone's life better.
National Historic Site North Dakota. Knife River Indian Villages. ... Come to Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site this July for some summer fun.
Knife River Indian Villages has a recreated Earthlodge, garden and drying racks. You'll see actual Indian artifacts from the Hidatsa people and even get in some birdwatching. Spend an hour, two or the whole day.
Lake Sakakawea State Park Overview. Located on the south shore of Lake Sakakawea, adjacent to Garrison Dam, ... 1 mile north of Pick City, North Dakota.
Lay out on the beach or engage in boating, sailing, or scuba diving. The area is full of wildlife as well, so stay on the lookout for pheasant, grouse, partridge, turkey, waterfowl and deer.
Your guide to experiencing North Dakota's Lewis & Clark history. View travel photos and videos, get trip ideas, read articles and browse Lewis & Clark trail attractions.
Fort Mandan is an educational and interactive stop along the Oregon Trail. You'll find yourself in the midst of a recreated fort and tons of artifacts and exhibits.
Located in West Fargo, North Dakota Bonanzaville is a pioneer village with 12 acres, 43 historic buildings, 400,000 artifacts, and millions of memories.
id you love the show Bonanza? If so, then you'll want to check out this awesome small town set that includes a log cabin, a blacksmith, general store, newspaper office and more. There are 43 buildings on 12 acres and 400,000 artifacts.
All galleries now open! Experience the beauty and wonder of the new galleries and exhibit spaces at the North Dakota Heritage Center & State Museum.
See the complete history of North Dakota from unearthed dinosaur bones to Indian artifacts to a 50's soda shop. You'll learn about homesteading, farming and everything in between through permanent and changing exhibits. Bonus: it's totally free!
Historic Medora is a unique mix of spectacular scenery, wildlife, outdoor adventure, entertainment, dining and shopping nestled in the beautiful North Dakota badlands.
The Medora Musical celebrates 50 years of 'The Greatest Show In The West” plus the Chicago Boyz all in the Burning Hills Amphitheatre in the North Dakota ...
The Medora Musical is a nightly rootin' tootin' show set in the North Dakota Badlands and features live horses, great music and a good time that's fun for the whole family.