Bismarck, North Dakota

Former Governors' Mansion State Historic Site


category : Museums
The site consists of a large two and one-half story, restored Victorian house and a newly restored carriage house. Constructed in 1884, it housed 21 chief executives between 1893 and 1960. Unique room exhibits feature the restoration process, architectural style changes, and furniture used by several governors. First floor ADA accessible.


Admission: Free
Hours: 1-5 p.m.
Address: (May 16-September 15
Phone: 701-328-2666
Fax: 701-328-3710
Our Email: histsoc@state.nd.us
Our Website:www.nd.gov/hist

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