Interstate 94 Tour

From the pancake-flat Red River valley in the east, through rolling hills of the central part of the state and finally the rugged Badlands of the west, experience all of North Dakota.

Fargo has a bustling downtown nightlife. 1
Downtown Fargo

An arts and entertainment hub. Check out the Plains Art Museum, Fargo Theatre and dozens of shops and galleries in the downtown area.

Baseball Fever

Visit West Acres Mall to see the museum to Roger Maris, who set (and many say still holds) the single-season home run record. Catch a RedHawks American Association game at Newman Outdoor Field.


Collection of 43 buildings and 400,000 artifacts on 12 acres that interprets history and cultural heritage of the Red River Valley.

Visitors check out the Superintendent's Car at the Rosebud Visitor Center in Valley City. 4
Rosebud Visitors Center

Find items linking the city’s past with the present, like a Union Pacific superintendent’s rail car.

National Buffalo Museum 5
National Buffalo Museum

Center dedicated to telling the story of the great herds of bison that once roamed the surrounding prairie. See a live sacred albino bison and the World’s Largest Buffalo statue. 

Frontier Village

Original buildings from several townships placed together to bring a pioneer town to life.

North Dakota Capitol Grounds in Bismarck 7
Bismarck-Mandan Area

Take a historical tour of the area with stops at the State Capitol and North Dakota Heritage Center and State Museum, On-A-Slant Mandan Indian Village and Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park. Click here for more.

Geese in Flight is one of many schulptures along the Enchanted Highway between Gladstone and Regent. 8
Enchanted Highway

Marvel at giant metal sculptures between Gladstone and Regent. Some of the more notable attractions are Geese in Flight, Pheasants on the Prairie, Fisherman’s Dream and Tin Family.

Dickinson Museum Center

Museum complex with features related to the history of southwest North Dakota.

Theodore Roosevelt National Park South Unit

Look for bison, elk, wild horses and more in the scenic national park named for the president who championed conservation.

The sun shines on Bully Pulpit Golf Course at Medora 11
Bully Pulpit Golf Course

Tee it up on one of Golf Digest’s favorite courses, laid out in the Badlands and along the Little Missouri River.

Medora Musical and Pitchfork Fondue

These go hand-in-hand. First, grab a fondue steak dinner, then make your way to the Burning Hills Amphitheatre for a night of song and dance in the bluffs above Medora.

North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame at Medora. 13
Cowboy Hall of Fame

A museum honoring cowboys, Native Americans, farmers, ranchers and the Northern Plains horse culture.

Chateau de Mores

When the Marquis de Mores wanted to build a house for his wife, Medora, he spared no expense. Take a tour of 1800s western opulence.

Mountain Biking the Maah Daah Hey Trail 15
Maah Daah Hey Trail

From Watford City to Amidon, 144-mile single-track through a variety of Badlands terrain was named an EPIC Ride by IMBA.

Prairie Fire Pottery

Studio of potter Tama Smith, whose works are inspired by North Dakota nature.

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