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North Dakota travel is fun to plan:  here are some great trip ideas and destinations for your North Dakota getaway.

In a recent story from the North Dakota Dept of Commerce, Sara Otte Coleman, Director of the Tourism Division writes:  “Museums offer family fun over the holidays.  The holidays are a great time for activities with your children, and museums all across the state offer a wide variety of exhibits, programs and activities for kids of all ages.”

Sara names the following museums and offers their contact information:
Heritage Center, Bismarck—History, culture, children’s exhibits. www.state.nd.us/hist/hcenter.htm

Plains Art Museum, Fargo—Art, cultural identity, children’s exhibits, Kid Quest.  www.plainsart.org

ND Museum of Art, Grand Forks—Contemporary art, Native American art, visual history, display of Judy Onofrio’s work until 1/15/06Children's Museum at Yunker Farm, Fargo—Kid-friendly exhibits, games, and activities. 

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www.childrensmuseum-yunker.org

Pembina State Museum, Pembina—100 million years of history.  Observation tower overlooking the  Red River Valley.  (701) 825-6840.

Three Affiliated Tribes Museum, New Town—Fort Berthold Indian Reservation  Culture, history, Mandan, Hidatsa, and Arikara tribes. (701) 627-4477

Ukranian Cultural Institute, Dickinson—Culture, heritage, folk arts, religious displays, library. (701) 483-1486.

National Buffalo Museum, Jamestown
Bison history, living bison herd. White Cloud, a rare, albino bison.  Native American artifacts, artwork, prehistoric bison remains, children's room.

 www.buffalomuseum.com, (701) 252-8648 or (800) 807-1511.

 

 

 

 

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