Take a step back in time at this re-created prairie town of 24 buildings.
Rare white buffalo can be seen in the herd owned by the National Buffalo Museum in Jamestown North Dakota
World's Largest Buffalo Monument
Don't miss your photo op with the big guy, Dakota Thunder!
National Buffalo Museum
Experience the history of bison from prehistoric times to the present. Open year-round.
Stutsman County Memorial
Housed in the Lutz Mansion, this museum celebrates the lifestyle of the area's early settlers.
Fort Seward was an army post when the railroad was being built.
Louis L'Amour Trail
Visit various locations in Jamestown that Louis L'Amour, beloved western author, visited.
The Arts Center
This is the heart of Jamestown's arts scene. View the current gallery display and attend theater and musical performances.
St. James Basilica
One of only about 60 minor basilicas in the nation, this church was elevated to this status in 1989.
James River Valley Library System
This historic building was built in 1918 and is part of the Louis L'Amour trail.
Historic Franklin School
The oldest remaining school building in Jamestown
North Dakota Sports Hall of Fame
A tribute to the greatest names in North Dakota sports
Frontier Fort & Wildlife Museum
Large collection of taxidermy animals and some antiques.
Stutsman County Courthouse
The state's oldest courthouse