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Fort Seward Interpretive Center - 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.

National Buffalo Museum - This museum is dedicated to the history of the American Bison, commonly known as buffalo. Displays show the evolution of the buffalo and related native American artifacts enhanced by valuable artwork.

Lake Region Heritage Center - Serving in its new role as the local Heritage Center, this former US Post Office and Courthouse in Devils Lake was listed in 1978 in the National Register of Historic Places. Visitors are also invited to tour the former residence of the Ramsey County Sheriff, a three story brick building with Georgian Revival style architecture also listed in the National Register

Jamestown Art Center - Jamestown's Arts Center exhibits artists of local, regional and national import in monthly rotating exhibits. The Arts Center also regularly hosts theatrical and musical performances for all ages and holds classes.

Dale & Martha Hawk Museum - A vast collection of antiques and contains thousands of farm implements, in both miniature and full size. At this unique museum you will see one-of-a-kind vehicles, like an unusual walking machine for going over rough terrain, and the only operational 1912 Hackney Auto Plow.

Roosevelt Park Zoo - Features a children's zoo, discovery barn and Zoo Educational Center for everyone to enjoy. The zoo features more than 200 mammals, birds and reptiles which come from all over the world.

Frontier Village - Take a step back in time at this re-created prairie town of 24 buildings. Original buildings from the frontier villages of North Dakota have been moved to this site and filled with antiques and artifacts that bring the world of the prairie pioneers to life.

North Dakota Sports Hall of Fame - Honors and recognizes those individuals who have played a major role in the growth and development of sports in the State of North Dakota, and to further promote sports and sportsmanship to the public of North Dakota by so honoring those who have made outstanding contributions in sports.

Stutsman County Memorial Museum - The mansion is a showcase of period design. Carved wood, embossed plaster, a fresco, stained glass in the Art Nouveau style and a Tiffany lamp all combine to make this mansion a sight to behold. In addition to the fantastic architecture, the museum is home to a wealth of antiques and memorabilia that celebrate the lifestyle of the area's early settlers.

Prairie Village Museum - Rows of classic cars, fully stocked general store shelves, antique guns, hobo jungle, early train travel, Native American and Eskimo artifacts, wildlife displays, Scandinavian heritage, and a complete pioneer village. You can find all of this at Rugby's Prairie Village Museum.

Victorian Dress Museum - A collection of 23 reproduction - prize winning - Victorian style dress are displayed with accessories.

International Peace Garden - Straddling the U.S. - Canadian border of North Dakota and Manitoba is one of the greatest symbols of peace - the International Peace Garden. Each year, more than a quarter-million people from around the world visit the park to enjoy its colorful gardens, landscapes and wilderness areas.

Bottineau Winter Park - Discover why this family-friendly winter resort located just 10 minutes from Bottineau has been dubbed "The Jewel Above the Prairie". We're in the heart of North Dakota's Turtle Mountains, and once you enter the Turtle Mountains, you're in the center of snow fun.