State Museum at the North Dakota Heritage Center is a must-see
The 125th birthday parties are over but that doesn't mean the fun has to end. The State Museum at the North Dakota Heritage Center, a 97,000-square-foot, $52 million facility, will continue to entertain visitors for years to come. New galleries unveiled in conjunction with the statehood celebrations take guests through state history from the present all the way back to the Ice Age. The final galleries – the Inspiration Gallery: Yesterday and Today and the Governors Gallery – are open. Enjoy performances in the new digital Great Plains Theater and eat lunch at the James River Cafe.
So stay in the spirit and enjoy this unique attraction as part of 125 ways to celebrate North Dakota.