2 miles east on Hwy 21, Mott, ND
Unique German-Russian architecture with living space, storage and animal shelter all under one roof. Home was built in 1907 and lived in by Stern family until the early 1960's. Three infants are also buried on the property. Volunteer guides tell the story of courageous pioneers on the North Dakota prairie.
Cost of Admission
- Admission: donations are encouraged and appreciated
- Hours of Operation: Tours available the fourth Saturday of July and the fourth Sunday of August from 1-4 p.m.