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Dickinson Museum Center
Ethnic origins are preserved at the Dickinson Museum Center. The Dickinson Museum Center features art, history exhibits, and events. Research is also available. Summer tours of eleven historical buildings are available at the Prairie Outpost Park. Housed inside the Prairie Machinery Building, the implements of farming are on display along with the stories of their contribution to the area. The dinosaur area of the Dickinson Museum Center houses thousands of rock, mineral and fossil specimens including a complete real Triceratops skeleton. The museum features an outstanding collection of mineral from around the world. In the museum model laboratory, visitors can view a complete Triceratops skull discovered just west of Dickinson. Fourteen full-scale dinosaurs along with a florescent display of unique minerals will be the highlight of any child's vacation. The gift shop offers lots of variety of items, including minerals, fossils specimens, toy dinosaurs, educational books, jewelry and t-shirts. Hours: Mon-Sat 9am-5pm, year-round. Admission: Adults $6, Seniors $5, Children $4.
701-456-6225
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188 E. Museum Dr.
Dickinson, ND 58601
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Dickinson Research Extension Center
Enjoy the walking paths, while admiring the beautiful flowers and trees.
701-456-1100
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1041 State Avenue
Dickinson, ND 58601
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Dickinson State University Art Gallery
Located in Klinefelter Hall, the gallery provides an annual exhibition schedule featuring a variety of art mediums created by visiting artists, local artists, and the university's faculty and students. The gallery also provides educational workshops for children.
701-483-2154
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291 Campus Dr.
Dickinson, ND 58601
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Dickinson Walking Tour
Experience the unique history and architecture of downtown Dickinson. The town, built on railroad wishes and ranching dreams, features a number of buildings more than a century old. Brochures and maps are available for self-guided tours at the Dickinson Museum Center.
701-456-6225
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188 Museum Dr.
Dickinson, ND 58601
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Fluffy Fields Vineyard & Winery
A family-owned and operated farm winery featuring grapes and fruit grown in their own vineyards, orchards, and gardens, along with locally grown produce. Offering Pride of Dakota products. Fluffy Fields offers a down to earth relaxing experience. The tasting room features daily wine tastings, wine by the glass or bottle, and locally brewed beer by the glass, along with a small tasting room menu. Enjoy a glass of wine with friends on the outdoor patio or a beautiful ND sunset by a nice fire. Weather permitting, take a guided tour of their vineyard and garden areas or just wander around and enjoy a variety of seating areas throughout the property. They offer an event room that can seat up to 75 people. A nice place to hold meetings, reunions, grooms dinners, showers, and many other events. Catering available. Contact winery for more information and reservations. Hours: Wed-Sat 11am-10pm, Sun 1pm-8pm.
701-483-2242
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2708 21st St E
Dickinson, ND 58601
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Patterson Lake Recreational Area
Enjoy many recreational activities, such as boating, fishing, swimming, water skiing, camping, picnic areas, playgrounds, disc golf, horseshoe pits, mountain biking, nature areas, and a sand volleyball course.
701-456-2056
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3753 114th Ave SW
Dickinson, ND 58601
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Stark County Veterans Memorial
The Stark County Vetarans Memorial is dedicated to all the men and women of Stark County who have honorably served in the Nation’s military.
701-225-9461
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801 5th Ave. W.
Dickinson, ND 58601
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Theodore Roosevelt Center
Located in Dickinson State University's Stoxen Library, the center houses a comprehensive digital presidential library of personal letters, diary entries, notes, cartoons, scrapbooks, newspaper columns, photographs, and magazine articles by and about Theodore Roosevelt. Visitors will be able to view films in which Theodore Roosevelt makes an appearance and also be able to listen to audio recordings that feature his famous falsetto voice. In 1883, Theodore Roosevelt invested in the Maltese Cross Ranch, south of the village of Medora, ND. The following year, he returned to the Badlands and established a second ranch, the Elkhorn, located 35 miles north of Medora.
701-483-2814
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291 Campus Dr.
Dickinson, ND 58601
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Ukrainian Cultural Institute
The Ukrainian Cultural Institute features folk art cultural exhibits, religious displays, and houses a research library. The beautiful hand crafted "Psyanky" Easter Eggs are showcased, each one individually created with themes and stories. Embroidered cloths adorn the walls next to the heritage paintings of the early settlers. Varenyky or pyrohy, better known as "Cheese Buttons", are distributed in stores across the upper Midwest and can also be purchased in house. Each July, the Ukrainian Festival is held, showcasing the history and the "Stepovi Dity" Ukrainian dancers in their colorful costumes. Hours: open Mon-Wed, Fri from 9am-3pm and Thursdays from 9am-8pm.
701-483-1486
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1221 W. Villard St.
Dickinson, ND 58601
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