Most Popular Tourist Attractions in North Dakota

Theodore Roosevelt National Park

Theodore Roosevelt National Park is one of the major highlights of any tour to North Dakota. The scenery of rolling hills, Winding River, and badlands is complemented by free nomadic bison. Visitors can hike, camp, or just drive through the park to realize the natural prettiness.

 

Frontier Village and the National Buffalo Museum

The world's leading, though actual, bison can be seen from far away at the Bison Monument and Frontier Village, by Jamestown flanked by Bismarck and Fargo. Its live contemporaries graze at its feet; amongst them are exceptional albino bison. On location is the National Buffalo Museum where visitors can discover everything about the great beasts that once roamed the Great West. Frontier Village also includes a compilation of older pioneer buildings with a barbershop, a church, a drugstore, a jailhouse, schoolhouse and a post office.

 

Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site

Near Stanton, on an old camping land of the Mandan and Hidatsa Indians, is the Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site. A figure of villages of the Prairie Indians has been rebuilt here in an effort to protect their traditions. Games, food preparation, ceremonies, and trade convey the village to life. The neighboring area is also extremely scenic with a diversity of wildlife.


Most Popular Tourist Attractions in North Dakota

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