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Attractions in Bismarck, ND (showing 1 - 9 out of 9)

Dakota Zoo

Dakota Zoo

600 Riverside Park Rd
Bismarck, ND 85804directionsDirections
(701) 223-7543

You'll go absolutely wild when you plan a visit to Bismarck's Dakota Zoo. This renowned facility is located on the east bank of the Missouri River in Sertoma Park. The attraction holds the distinction of being the state's largest zoo. The expansive venue is home to over 500 reptiles, birds, and mammals. In addition to offering tours to various school groups, the zoo also presents special exhibits and seasonal programs throughout the year.

Five Nations Art Depot

Five Nations Art Depot

401 Main St
Bismarck, ND 58501directionsDirections
(701) 663-4663

Get a stunning picture of the incredible art scene when you buy a picture---or several of them–at Bismark's highly popular Five Nations Art Depot. This historic Burlington Northern Railroad Depot has been converted into an eye-popping collection of several different varieties of Native American arts and crafts. The works of more than 200 North Dakota American Indian artists are on display and available for sale, so the chances are better than good that you'll find something you'll want to bring home with you!

Fort Lincoln Trolley

Fort Lincoln Trolley

1989 3rd St SE
Bismarck, ND 58554directionsDirections
(701) 663-9018

Even though Bismarck is a truly progressive city, it still exhibits a deep love for various aspects of history and tradition in the face of its own modernity. One of the most charming examples of this is the Fort Lincoln Trolley. While it may echo the types of trolleys that have made San Francisco famous, this charming mode of transportation has put a smile on the faces of many locals and visitors alike as it offers a relaxing ride through the scenic Heart River bottoms to historic Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park. You'll see some of Bismarck's main attractions on your ride through town.

Japanese Garden

Japanese Garden

3300 11th Ave S
Grand Forks, ND 58201directionsDirections
(701) 746-2750

The Japanese Garden in Bismarck is one of those startlingly unexpected treasures that you will find yourself coming back to again and again. Many people find this beautiful swath of greenery the perfect natural escape from the pressures of the everyday. When you visit, it won't be unusual to see many folks strolling leisurely on the walkways and basking in the natural allure and serenity of these meticulously landscaped gardens and the floral attractions in bloom.

Lewis and Clark Riverboat

Lewis and Clark Riverboat

1700 N River Rd
Bismarck, ND 58503directionsDirections
(701) 255-4233

Satisfy your adventurous nature by hopping aboard the Lewis and Clark Riverboat for an unforgettable day of exploration. You will cruise through the picturesque Missouri River on this state-of-the-art 150 passenger riverboat. This is an all-weather paddlewheeler and it docks at Port Bismarck. There are various packages to enjoy that include excursion cruises, moonlight treks, and dinner cruises, as well.

North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame

North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame

250 Main St
Medora, ND 58645directionsDirections
(701) 623-2000

If you think that the concept of the cowboy was invented by John Wayne-types, Bismarck's North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame will challenge everything you think you know about cattle rustlers from the past. This attraction is an interpretive center for the history of Native Americans, and you will see the dramatic link between their culture to various “western” traditions like the rodeo, ranching, and the rustic “cowboy” lifestyle that owes much to the tribes that first inhabited the land.

North Dakota State Capitol Building

North Dakota State Capitol Building

600 E Boulevard Ave
Bismarck, ND 58505directionsDirections
(701) 328-2471

One of Bismarck's most distinctive attractions is the North Dakota State Capitol Building. Known by the locals as the “Skyscraper on the Prairie,” the facility is well worth visiting for its fascinating historical significance. This Art-Deco style building was completed in 1933 and stands at an impressive 19 stories. The state's past, present and future all reside within the walls of this structure that also features an arboretum garden that includes a bronze Sakakawea and a rendering of a pioneer family.

North Dakota State Railroad Museum

North Dakota State Railroad Museum

3102 37th St NW
Mandan, ND 58554directionsDirections
(701) 663-9322

Learn about how the development of the American railroad system affected the history and progress of Bismarck and its surrounding areas when you experience the North Dakota State Railroad Museum. See various exhibits and attractions that tell the dramatic story of how this then-new method of transportation transformed the way people lived, communicated and did business. The story is vividly accentuated by an impressive collection of artifacts, machinery, pictures, and documents.

Super Slide Amusement Park

Super Slide Amusement Park

500 Riverside Park Rd
Bismarck, ND 58504directionsDirections
(701) 255-1107

There are several opportunities for the whole family to make a big splash when you venture out to Bismarck's Super Slide Amusement Park. Race down the super slide, chase each other around in bumper cars, go for a spin around the carousel, or take a whack at a baseball in the batting cages.

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