This Historic Village In North Dakota Will Have You Longing For The Past

North Dakota has a fascinating history that luckily has been preserved in many ways. Museums, photographs, and history books are full of bits and pieces of this state’s past. There are a few places in North Dakota that are even more intriguing, fun pieces of history. One of those is the Prairie Village Museum, a way to see history come to life and experience it for yourself. But there is more than just old buildings and artifacts here – and you won’t want to miss it!

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The Prairie Village Museum is located at 102 Highway 2 SE, Rugby, North Dakota 58368.

For more information on the museum and all there is to see there, click here!

Check out another neat historical village preserved in the Peace Garden State.