West Fargo, North Dakota
Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Park
Built in 1972 as the headquarters of the Cass County Historical Society, the building houses a growing collection of artifacts from Cass County and the surrounding area. The museum features permanent, temporary, and traveling exhibits that include one of the region's largest collections of Native American artifacts. The museum store, a reception hall and offices are also located in the main museum.
Enderlin, North Dakota
Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society
The Museum is housed in the majestic former Masonic Temple building in downtown Enderlin. Our museum houses artifacts depicting the early days of the Soo Line Railroad in Enderlin when it served as the division point. We also have a grand history of baseball and have many displays depicting the glory days! Our vision is to develop exhibits relating to the early businesses to better preserve our past for future generations.
Bismarck, North Dakota
Culture, History, Library
The Society collects, lists, and catalogues published materials and personal documents that tell of the European migrations and exodus to the United States and Canada and also of the pioneer life on the plains. These materials can be read and researched in our library at 1125 W. Turnpike Ave., Bismarck, ND 58501. This library at our International Headquarters in Bismarck contains many books and magazines dealing with our ancestors.
Larimore, North Dakota
Culture, General, History, Historical Society, Military
This museum features displays that include a music area, a military room, an old schoolroom, old fashioned kitchen and antique furnishings.
Mandan, North Dakota
Culture, History, Historic House, Specialized
Museum dedicated to the history of railroading in the state of North Dakota. Main museum building which was donated by the Burlington Northern Railroad in 1984. This building was the BN yard office in Mandan
Belcourt, North Dakota
Archaeology, Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library, Natural History, Specialized
The heritage museum features displays and information on the unique culture and heritage of the Turtle Mountain Chippewa people. Our museum is filled with items reflecting our rich Chippewa, Cree, and Metis traditions. There are sculptures created by our many talented local stone carvers, and painting by our artists. Our traditional history collection includes many objects that show our unique culture in all its physical beauty.