There’s A Buffalo Museum In North Dakota And It’s Full Of Fascinating Oddities, Artifacts, And More

When people think of North Dakota’s wild animal populations, they usually think of one or two creatures – horses and bison. Well, bison just happen to be so wonderful (and so important to North Dakota’s ecosystem and native heritage) that there’s a whole museum dedicated to these majestic creatures hiding in Jamestown. The National Buffalo Museum in North Dakota is an unusual – but still incredibly interesting – look at the lives, histories, and cultural significance of the great American buffalo.

Have you ever been to this intriguing and unusual (but oh-so-North Dakota) museum? Tell us about your favorite exhibits in the comments! For more information about the museum, including hours and ticket prices (as well as a calendar of upcoming events and exhibits), make sure to visit the official website.

For more interesting fun facts about North Dakota and the people who call it home, take a look at this list of the ten things everyone in North Dakota will totally do before they die.

Address: 500 17th St SE, Jamestown, ND 58401, USA