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There's adventure to be found in North Dakota and its affordable, safe and worry-free destinations. North Dakota has must-see national and state parks and recreation areas. Its urban hubs offer all the amenities you need without waiting in line. Fill your itinerary with more than two dozen things to see and do on a tour of North Dakota. Today, see museum exhibits in the Bourgeois House and shop for gifts and souvenirs in the reconstructed Indian Trade House. A tribute to the area's Scandinavian heritage. See a typical Norwegian house and a Norwegian stabbur storehouse.
Among other attractions, there's a Danish windmill, foot-tall Dala horse the national symbol of Sweden and a Nordic-style visitors center. The largest lake in North Dakota and the largest man-made lake within one state, Lake Sakakawea covers square miles behind Garrison Dam. It's named for the young Indian woman who accompanied Lewis and Clark on their expedition.
RiverdaleND United States. Visit the meeting place of Sakakawea and Lewis and Clark. On the ruins of an ancient Indian village last occupied in today sits a state-of-the-art museum dedicated to preserving the culture of the Plains Indians. A reconstructed earthlodge contains artifacts from the Plains culture. Stop into this world-class interpretive center along the route Lewis and Clark traveled. Exhibits focus on artifacts from every tribe the explorers encountered, showcasing the culture of the Mandan Indians and the winter of Fort Mandan is two miles west of the interpretive center.
Today it's a acre park on the banks of the Missouri River, and its exhibits relate to the life of the Mandans and the military history of the fort.
See displays on the state's rich military and agricultural history and step back into the time of the dinosaurs. The story Capitolbuilt in the early s, has a top-floor observation deck. Boulevard Ave. BismarckND United States. The museum features dinosaur fossils and other archaeological, genealogical and paleontological findings presented to the public. Traveling displays rotate regularly. Classic roide art, in the forms of giant metal statues, rise from the prairie alongside the Enchanted Highway between Gltone and Regent in western North Dakota.
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RegentND United States. Don't let the life-sized Triceratops and Pachycephalosaurus outside the entrance scare you away. Real skeletons excavated from the area are found insidein addition to a Triceratops skull named "Bill" and a collection of minerals from all over the world. The gift shop has unique souvenirs like insects in amber and casts of dinosaur teeth and claws. Tour the room Chateau de Moresbuilt in by the founder of Medora, eat a steak cooked cowboy style at the Pitchfork Fondue and settle in for the Medora Musical in the outdoor Burning Hills Amphitheatre.
Admire the 26th president's contribution to conservation at this south unit of the park. The North Dakota Badlands provide a scenic backdrop, and you may spot buffalo, deer, elk, bighorn sheep, wild horses, mule deer and prairie dogs on the loop drive. Get spectacular views along the mile scenic drivewhich features turnouts with interpretive s. Self-guided nature trails take you through coulees and breaks. Hike or bring a horse and explore the extensive trail system corrals are available. See the live bison herd on site. North Dakota's four-season recreational area boasts excellent open-water and ice fishing, boating camping and hunting.
The tribute to peace between the U. DunseithND United States. The Pembina Gorge near the Canadian border at Walhalla is a four-season playground with trails, a kayaking river, Frostfire Ski and Snowboard Area, Frostfire Theatre and a mountain biking terrain park.
Bison, elk, prairie dogs and migratory birds are plentiful at White Horse Hill on the shores of Devils Lake. Hiking trails and an auto tour wind through the preserve. MichaelND United States. Last remnants of the st Missile Wing. It tells the story of the Cold War years in North Dakota. CooperstownND United States. More than animals representing sic continents and species make the zoo their home. Otters, gibbons, zebras, grizzly bears, spider monkeys, Bengal tigers and kangaroos are just a few of the favorites.
Tal, the only orangutan in North Dakota, is waiting to greet you. John's Church, Embden Train depot, Houston House, automobile museum, tractor museum, airplane museum and more. Main Ave. Accredited fine art museum in the heart of historic downtown Fargo. Three galleries house exhibitions of regional, national and international art.
The museum is recognized nationally for its commissioning of landmark works of art anchored in the landscape, history and culture of the Northern Plains. Discover million years of regional history from the Cretaceous Age to contemporary times in the permanent exhibit gallery.
Also features temporary exhibit gallery, museum store and seven-story viewing tower. Road trip! Share this North Dakota itinerary with friends and load up the car. Fort Buford and Confluence Center. Turtle Mountain Chippewa Heritage Center. Scandinavian Heritage Park. Maah Daah Hey Trail. Lake Sakakawea and Garrison Dam. North Dakota Capitol and Heritage Center. Dakota Zoo. Pioneer Need a good woman to South Heart North Dakota down Regional Museum.
Enchanted Highway. Dickinson Museum Center. Little Missouri State Park. Devils Lake. International Peace Garden. Pembina Gorge.
Chahinkapa Zoo. Fargo Air Museum. Plains Art Museum.
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