Bonanzaville, U.S.A., in West Fargo, is a preserved pioneer village.
The Chateau de Mores, near Medora, was the home of a Frenchman, the Marquis de Mores, who founded Medora in 1883.
At the Dinosaur Museum, in Grand Forks, there are many preserved fossils from archeological digs, including one of the 12 known skeletons of the ferocious Tyrannosaurus Rex.
The International Peace Garden, (taken from the state nickname) is a beautiful botanical park.
The Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site, near Stanton, includes the remains of five Hidatsa Indian villages that were occupied until 1845.
Lake Sakakawea, named for the Sioux squaw, is a reservoir for the Garrison Dam, north of Bismarck. It’s a great location for summer sports, camping and picnicking.
The Lawrence Welk Homestead, in Strasburg, was the birthplace and home of the famous American band leader who would host a popular television show for 26 years.
Sully’s Hill National Game Preserve, in Devil’s Lake, has more than 75,000 buffalos.
The Theodore Roosevelt National Park lies in the scenic Badlands. The park is a wildlife sanctuary.