Top Tourist Attractions In Bismarck

Dakota Zoo

The zoo has been in operation since 1961 and has grown over the years. It now houses more than 600 animals on a 90-acre facility.

North Dakota State Capitol

The North Dakota State Capitol building is an Art Deco structure built in the mid-1930s during the Great Depression.

North Dakota Heritage Center

The North Dakota Heritage Center contains the permanent collection of the State Historical Society of North Dakota.

Former Governors' Mansion

The State Historical Society of North Dakota manages the property and has done so since 1975.

Lewis and Clark Riverboat Cruises

Lewis and Clark Riverboat Cruises offer a pleasant and relaxing way to explore the Upper Missouri River.

McDowell Dam Recreation Area

The McDowell Dam is a popular recreation area approximately eight miles east of Bismarck.

Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park

Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park provides an array of historical and recreational opportunities.

Camp Hancock State Historic Site

Camp Hancock was established in 1872 to provide a safe haven for the workers on the Northern Pacific Railroad.

Sertoma Park

Sertoma is a riverfront park full of play areas and scenic walking trails next to the Dakota Zoo.

Discovery Center of Idaho

The Discovery Center of Idaho is an interactive science center and a fun place to visit in Boise for people of all ages.

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