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The Duct Doctor
Bismarck, ND 58501
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Things To Do in Bismarck, ND

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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.

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Former Governor's Mansion State Historical SiteFormer Governor's Mansion State Historical Site

Get a taste of what life was like for the various individuals who served as North Dakota governor when you spend some time at the Former Governor's Mansion State Historical Site in Bismarck. This impressive mansion and museum was originally built back in 1884 as a private residence by Asa Fisher. It remained the governor's residence from 1893 until 1960. Those years are detailed through the use of vintage items, personal effects, exhibits, documents and photographs that all go to tell the story of what life was like for the man who had the responsibility of holding the highest political office in the state of North Dakota.

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Super Slide Amusement ParkSuper Slide Amusement Park

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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United Tribes International PowwowUnited Tribes International Powwow

North Dakota's Native American influence is strongly linked to the area's history in many ways. That connection is celebrated in a highly memorable fashion every September at the United Tribes International Powwow held in Bismarck. The festival takes place at the Lone Star Arena at United Tribes Technical College and is considered to be one of the premier cultural events in the state. Over 70 tribes are represented, and each one is celebrated by over 1,500 dancers and drummers. The event attracts over 20,000 spectators who all convene for the Powwow to watch the “Champion” dancers and singers that travel to Bismarck from all over the United States and Canada to compete for top honors.

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