Bismarck Historic Sites & Interpretive Centres
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Open year-round, this center provides an overview of the Lewis & Clark Expedition, with special emphasis on the time spent at Fort Mandan during the winter of 1804- 1805.
Celebrating the rich history of the state, the North Dakota Heritage Center offers a series of static and traveling exhibits. Browse the archives of manuscripts and books or view the natural history exhibits at the center that feature information from land formation times through to the twentieth century.
Camp Hancock State Historic Site preserves part of the military installation that was established as Camp Greeley in 1872 and aimed to protect Northern Pacific Railroad workers. The name of the camp was changed to Camp Hancock in 1873 and today features a log headquarters building that acts as a local history museum. Open May through mid-September.