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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.

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

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





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