6 Fascinating Things You Probably Didn’t Know About The National Buffalo Museum In North Dakota

One of North Dakota’s most popular tourist attractions is The National Buffalo Museum in Jamestown, North Dakota. More specifically, everyone is drawn to the colossal statue that boasts the title of The Worlds Largest Buffalo, and the extremely rare albino buffalo that lives at the museum, White Cloud. The museum is packed with history and interesting tidbits that thousands of people have visited to see and learn. Even if you’ve been there before, here are a few things you may not have known about it.

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Definitely consider a visit to experience not only seeing the giant buffalo and the herd, but also to see the museum and the Frontier Village that are part of the attraction. It should definitely be on any North Dakota travel bucket list.