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Lewis and Clark Jetboat Excursions

From our 26 passenger Jet Boat, people can see historical natural life as Lewis & Clark and others from the past did. Lewis & Clark Jet Boat Excursions will contribute their knowledge of the natural wonders that North Dakota has to offer. Our featured tours will provide a speaker on the "

Bismarck, ND Excursions

Lewis and Clark Riverboat

Afternoon and evening round-trip cruises on the beautiful Missouri River from the historic Port of Bismarck to Fort Lincoln and the On-A-Slant Mandan Village. Follow the path of Lewis and Clark, Sakawea, Custer and Sitting Bull on the beautiful 150

Bismarck, ND Excursions

Hudson Townsite State Historic Site

A commemorative marker shows the original 1883

Bismarck, ND Historic Sites

Former Governors' Mansion State Historic Site

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

Bismarck, ND Museums

Chaska (Camp Banks) State Historic Site

Approximate location of Camp Banks, the campsite of the Sibley Expedition on Aug. 2, 1863

Bismarck, ND Historic Sites


North Dakota Heritage Center and Sakakawea Statue

State's largest museum has an outstanding collection of Plains Indian artifacts and interpretive exhibits that feature North Dakota'

Bismarck, ND Museums

Camp Weiser State Historic Site

A small granite marker identifies this site as the approximate location of the July 13-14

Bismarck, ND Historic Sites


Camp Grant State Historic Site

A small tablet mounted on a large boulder commemorates the July 23 campsite of the 1863

Bismarck, ND Historic Sites

North Dakota State Capitol

The 19-story, Art Deco building was constructed in 1933 for $2

Bismarck, ND Historic Buildings

Camp Hancock State Historic Site

This site preserves part of a military post established as Camp Creeley in 1872 to provide protection for work gangs building the Northern Pacific Railroad. The camp's name was changed to Camp Hancock in 1873

Bismarck, ND Forts

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