North Dakota Cultural Heritage Prairie Churches
Located in Cavalier, ND. The church was built in 1897 and represents the Icelandic community in worship. The museum tells the unique story about the life and achievement of this area’s first settlers. Special events like the Rendezvous Festival and Pioneer Machine Show are held during the summer months.
Vang Lutheran Church in Manfred was built in 1906 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition to regular services, the church is also part of the Manfred Heritage Museum and hosts exhibit space and community gatherings.
Built in 1909. Bavarian Romanesque structure, vaulted ceilings, original paintings and 50 large stained-glass windows.
This church features an 85-foot steeple and is the embodiment of the Germans from Russia decent.
The Basilica of St. James Catholic Church in Jamestown was elevated to minor basilica in 1989 because of its unique architecture and the location of the first cathedral in North Dakota (1889).
Located in Buffalo, this Calvary Episcopal Chapel includes a traveling museum, library and store. It was built in 1885.