The Dakota Zoo originally opened its doors on June 3rd 1961 and has
been going strong since. The zoo is now home to over 600 animals. While
visiting the zoo you can hop on board the Tribune Express or the Leach
Express, and these 20 minute train rides will take you on a tour
throughout the park and explain more about the animals that call the zoo
home. The zoo also has a children's play area, concession stands and
602 Riverside Park Road; Bismarck , ND 58508
Fort Lincoln Trolley
The Fort Lincoln Trolley is a wonderful scenic tour throughout the
beautiful Heart River. This riverboat tour takes you on a journey
through the historic Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park.
Phone #- 701-663-9018
Charity Lutheran Church
The Charity Lutheran Church of Bismarck, ND is not only a beautiful
church, but they are also a loving congregation who work hard to make
everyone feel at home. They strive to make the word of god reach
everyone that enters their church. They also have a wonderful worship
service. Charity Lutheran Church is located at 120 Aspen Ave,; Bismarck,
ND 58503 Phone #- 701-258-1228
Fantasy of Lights Parade
The fun and energetic atmosphere of the Fantasy of Lights Parade is
great for the entire family. This parade highlights the celebrations of
Christmas time. It is the only Bismarck- Mandan's nighttime parade. The
parade features Christmas floats and a wonderful collection of holiday
lights. The Fantasy of Lights Parade begins on Avenue C and continues
down 5th street.
Bismarck Bobcats Hockey
The Bismarck Bobcats Hockey League is a fun and exciting group of
junior league hockey players from all over North Dakota.
North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame
The North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame is located at 1110 College Dr.;
Bismarck, ND 58501. This Hall of Fame museum highlights the greatest
cowboys of North Dakota's time. It carries a wide variety of
memorabilia's of the past and present cowboys and their infamous
Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park
Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park is located on a Slant Indian Village
in Bismarck North Dakota. This historic land is where Lt. Col. George
Armstrong Custer and the Seventh Cavalry rode out on their ill-fated
expedition against the Sioux at the Little Big Horn. The park is now
open for tours of the colonial building and historical land.
Steamboat Warehouse State Historic Marker
The Steamboat Warehouse State Historic Marker denotes the site of the
Northern Pacific Railway Company warehouse that was built in 1883.
Pebble Creek Golf Course
The Pebble Creek Golf Course is a small and intimate 9 hole golf
course. It is placed on a beautiful space of green land. Pebble Creek
Golf Course also features a lovely country club.
North Dakota State Capital
The North Dakota State Capital is one of two in the nation without a
dome and one of three that is a skyscraper. it is North Dakota's tallest
building at 19 stories. The state capital building was built in 1934,
during the depression. It also des not have any exterior ornamentation.
It is located at 600 East Boulevard Ave.; Bismarck, ND 58505-0660
North Dakota Heritage Center
The North Dakota Heritage Center is located at 612East Boulevard
Ave.; Bismarck, ND 58505-0830. The Heritage Center is the largest museum
in North Dakota. It has a collection of Plains Indian artifacts and
Lewis and Clark Riverboat
The Lewis and Clark Riverboat is a wonderful cruise of the Missouri
from Memorial Day to Labor Day. The boat has a 140 passenger capacity
and features a full bar and gift shop.
Hawktree Golf Club
The Hawktree Golf Club is a beautiful 18 hole golf course on a
wonderful space of land. The golf club also has a country club and a pro
Downtown Bismarck Street Fair
The Downtown Bismarck Street Fair is an outside fair that features
over 200 arts, crafts and specialty booths. The fair also offers
different types of fine cuisine with over 50 or more food booths
Church of the Ascension
The Church of the Ascension is located at 1905 S St.; Bismarck, ND
58504-7118. The church is one the most beautiful structures of its time.
The church has a wonderful congregation and a loving environment.
Former Governor's Mansion
The former governor's Mansion is a beautiful Victorian in the
wonderful Bismarck, North Dakota. The mansion was home to 21 former
Governors of Bismarck North Dakota. The mansion can be located at 320
East Avenue; Bismarck, ND 58501-3682
Double Ditch Indian Village State Historic Site
The Double Ditch Indian Village State Historic Site contains the
ruins of a large Mandan Indian earth lodge village inhabited during
1675-1780. It is also the site of the first scientific archaeological
excavation on the upper Missouri River. The Double Ditch Indian Village
State Historic Site is located 7 1/2 miles North of Bismarck; Bismarck
Big Mouth Battlefield State Historic Site
Located in Kidder County, a headstone marks the place where Dr.
Josiah S. Weiser was shot on July 24, 1863. This death because of the
Battle of Big Mound, a fight between General Henry H. Sibley's Minnesota
Volunteers and a group of Sioux who were thought to have been involved
in the Conflict of 1862.