In the city of Rugby an obelisk marks the centre of the North-American continent.
Do not miss
Welcome at the “United Tribes PowWow” where more than 1500 dancers and drummers, representing more than 70 tribes gather each year in September. Also located in Bismarck, the North Dakota Heritage Center offers an overview of the state’s history. Fort Abraham Lincoln reflects its military history whereas the Knife River Indian Villages preserve the culture and customs of the people native to the area. The Plains Art Museum of Fargo is home to an imporessive collection of works made by both regional and national artists. The world’s largest, albeit concrete, bison can be seen near Jamestown. If you want to see them roaming in the nature, you must visit Theodore Roosevelt National Park near the state’s Western border.