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Beaverhead Rock State Park

Sacagawea, a young Shoshone Indian guide traveling with the Lewis and Clark Expedition in 1805, recognized this rock formation and knew that she may be in the vicinity of her relatives. The sighting gave the…

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Chief Looking’s Village

In a picturesque setting with natural grass and breathtaking vistas, Chief Looking’s Village exemplifies the profound history of Bismarck.  Situated atop a bluff, this land once was the site of a Native American village and…

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City of Bismarck, North Dakota

The capital of North Dakota and the state’s second largest city, Bismarck offers visitors a wide array of activities. Bismarck is home to the most prominent zoo in the state, Dakota Zoo, and the state’s…

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Double Ditch Indian Village

Double Ditch Indian Village is an archaeological site located seven and one-half miles north of Bismarck, ND. For nearly 300 years (from approximately AD 1490 – 1785), this site was the location of a large…

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Huckleberry House

On the banks of the Missouri River, Huckleberry House offers Nordic-inspired modern comfort food. Favorites on the menu include caramel rolls, specialty drinks, and a house hash featuring huckleberries for brunch. During summer, guests can…

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Lewis and Clark Riverboat

Enjoy a different vantage point of Bismarck, from the river! Come aboard the Lewis and Clark Riverboat and experience the Missouri river at its finest, with sweeping views of the river and surroundings. Cruises last…

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Neill Log House – Squirrel Hill Historical Society

The Neil Log House is the oldest existing residential structure in Pittsburgh. Located in the city’s Squirrel Hill neighborhood, it was designated an Historic Landmark in 1977. The Neill family lived in it from 1774…

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Northern Plains National Heritage Area

The Northern Plains National Heritage Area helps celebrate indigenous culture, both traditional and modern. Located on the Missouri River, this area was originally home to the Mandan, Hidatsa, and Arikara people. The Oceti Sakowin also…

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