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Red River Zoo
Red River Zoo Top Attraction!
Zoo in Fargo, ND USA

This 21-acre zoo features many animals that are rarely seen, such as Tanuki, Pallas Cats, and Raccoon Dogs. We also include many familiar animals like Meerkats and Grey Wolves. This 21-acre zoo features many animals that are rarely seen, such as Tanuki, Pallas Cats, and Raccoon Dogs. We also include many familiar animals like Meerkats and Grey Wolves along with over 80 other species from around the world.


Ralph Engelstad Arena
Ralph Engelstad Arena Top Attraction! things to do on a rainy day in Grand Forks, ND
Museum in Grand Forks, ND USA

The amazing $104 million Ralph Engelstad Arena (REA), home of the Division I National Champion UND Fighting Sioux Men's Hockey team and an up-and-coming women's hockey program, was definitely built with the fans in mind.

National Buffalo Museum
National Buffalo Museum Top Attraction!
Museum in Jamestown, ND USA

The National Buffalo Museum is a non-profit educational organization devoted to the cultural and natural history of bison and the prairie.

Theodore Roosevelt National Park
Theodore Roosevelt National Park Top Attraction!
National Park in Medora, ND USA

National Park

Alfred Dickey Public Library
Alfred Dickey Public Library
Historic Site in Jamestown, ND USA

Historic building Jamestown's historic Alfred Dickey Public Library was built in 1918 in the Egyptian style popular at the time. The oak furnishings, decorative columns and stained glass windows all contribute to the building's beauty. On the National Register of Historic Places.


Bonanzaville, USA
Bonanzaville, USA
Historic Site in West Fargo, ND USA

Museum and historic village in Fargo. Museum and historic village. Self-guided tour of 40 buildings includes authentic log cabins, schoolhouse, church, train depot and mansion. Automobile, tractor and airplane collections.

Camp Hancock State Historic Site
Camp Hancock State Historic Site
Historic Site in Bismarck, ND USA

Camp Creeley used to protect the Northern Pacific Railroad. Military post established as Camp Creeley in 1872 to protect the Northern Pacific Railroad. Log headquarters serve as an interpretive museum for artifacts and historical information.

Chateau de Mores State Historic Site
Chateau de Mores State Historic Site
Historic Site in Medora, ND USA

Historic house. This 26-room, two-story frame building was built in 1883 as the summer residence of the Marquis' family. The chateau is now a historic house museum.

Double Ditch Indian Village State Historic Site
Double Ditch Indian Village State Historic Site
Historic Site in Bismarck, ND USA

Ruins of Mandan Indian earthlodge village. Ruins of Mandan Indian earthlodge village believed to have been inhabited for nearly 300 years until 1781. Remains of earthlodges, refuse mounds and the fortification ditches are clearly discernible.


Flags Across America & Veterans' Memorial
Flags Across America & Veterans' Memorial
Historic Site in Jamestown, ND USA

Located at Fort Seward Historical Site Flags Across America is a 30 foot by 60 foot United States Flag on a 130 foot flag pole. The Flag's purpose is to boost patriotism, unite citizens, and build greater respect for our national symbol. A new Veterans' Memorial on the site provides a venue for reflection.

Former Governor's Mansion State Historic Site
Former Governor's Mansion State Historic Site
Historic Site in Bismarck, ND USA

Former Governor's Mansion Two-and-a-half story, restored Victorian house and a newly restored carriage house. Constructed in 1884, it housed 21 chief executives between 1893 and 1960. First floor ADA accessible.

Fort Abercrombie State Historic Site
Fort Abercrombie State Historic Site
Historic Site in Abercrombie, ND USA

Gateway to the Dakota Frontier Site preserves the first U.S. Military post in ND. Post was used from 1857 to 1878 as the gateway to the Dakota Frontier.

Fort Clark State Historic Site
Fort Clark State Historic Site
Historic Site in Stanton, ND USA

See forts and more at Fort Clark. Fort Clark was built in 1830-31 by the American Fur Company to serve a Mandan Indian earthlodge village built on the site in 1822. The site contains foundations of fort structures.

Fort Mandan Historic Site and Headwaters
Fort Mandan Historic Site and Headwaters
Historic Site in Washburn, ND USA

Winter home of L&C Fort Mandan is the reconstructed winter home of the Lewis & Clark Expedition in 1804-1805.

Fort Seward Interpretive Center
Fort Seward Interpretive Center
Historic Site in Jamestown, ND USA

Home of Fort Seward's 20th Infantry View the wide expanse that once housed an active fort. See a scale model of the entire fort site and enjoy artifacts found during archaeological digs. Living history actors from Fort Seward’s 20th Infantry featured one weekend each year. Check for dates.

Fort Totten State Historic Site
Fort Totten State Historic Site
Historic Site in Fort Totten, ND USA

Historic Site near Fort Totten This site preserves a military post built in 1867 and used continuously as a military reservation until 1890 when it became a boarding school for Indian children. Original buildings house museum exhibits.

Frontier Village
Frontier Village
Tour in Jamestown, ND USA

Authentic Frontier Town Original buildings from small prairie towns in the area were moved to this site to create the Frontier Village. Historic displays are set up in all buildings. Gift shops and snacks are on-site. Stagecoach and pony rides are available.

Gingras Trading Post State Historic Site
Gingras Trading Post State Historic Site
Historic Site in Walhalla, ND USA

Historic site in Walhalla. Between 1843 and 1873, this house and store, owned by Antoine B. Gingras, served the Metis community of St. Joseph. Buildings are the oldest standing structures built by Euro-Americans in North Dakota.

Knife River Indian Villages National Park
Knife River Indian Villages National Park
National Park in Stanton, ND USA

Fun for all at Knife River. American Indians occupied this area for more than 11,000 years. Remains of three Hidatsa villages with 210 depressions at the site. Home of Sakakawea, modern museum, visitor center and movie.

Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center
Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center
Tour in Washburn, ND USA

Learn about the L&C journey. This interpretive site contains artifacts from every tribe the explorers encountered on their journey. The center's Bergquist Gallery features a rare complete set of the printed artworks of Swiss artist Karl Bodmber.

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