Attractions & Entertainment

AmericInn Hotel- Dickinson
Address: 229 15th Street West
Dickinson, ND
58601
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Join us at AmericInn Hotel & Suites Dickinson, conveniently located off I-94 and Highway 22. We offer easy access to the nearby Badlands Dinosaur Museum, Dickinson State University, the Enchanted Highway, Assumption Abbey and Fluffy Fields Winery. If you’re flying into the area, Dickinson Theodore Roosevelt Regional Airport (DIK) is only minutes away, as are many local restaurants and malls.  A short drive to Theodore Roosevelt National Park and Historic Medora, North Dakota’s #1 tourist destination.  Enjoy our indoor pool & hot tub. Guest are treated to a hot breakfast buffet every morning.

 

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701-225-1400
Billings County Historical Society
Address: PO Box 364 Medora ND

58645
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Created in the early 1900s, the Courthouse was the first Courthouse in Billings County.

 

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701-623-4484
Boots Bar and Grill
Address: 300 Pacific Ave
Medora, ND
58645
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At Boots our mission is to be the number one bar and restaurant in North Dakota with a welcoming atmosphere; to provide impeccable and efficient customer service with a smile; to challenge and motivate our employees; and to insure consistent and profitable growth.

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701-623-2668
Address: PO Box 1197
Bismarck, ND
Chateau de Mores State Historic Site
Address: PO Box 106
Medora, ND
58645
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“The promise of vast fortunes brought the Marquis de Morès to the fledgling settlement of Little Missouri, but murder and mayhem marked his arrival. In just six months he built a 26-room hunting cabin, founded the town of Medora (named for his wife), constructed an abattoir, and was charged with murder. Join us just a few paces SW of Medora to discover more about the town’s most controversial figure! At the Chateau you can…

 

-Trace the Marquis steps through the ruins of his abattoir at Chimney Park and enjoy a picnic in the shade of the cottonwood grove.

-Take in the statue and landscaped gardens of DeMorès Park in downtown.

-Wander among the 26 rooms of the romantic hunting cabin he built for his wife, Medora.

-Explore hundreds of items that belonged to the family.

-Uncover the origins of the town and the Marquis’ determination to build a cattle empire.

 

A visit to the Chateau is perfect for the historian in all of us.”

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701-623-4355
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