Wednesday, September 11, 2019

National Buffalo Museum

  The North Dakota Buffalo Foundation received five buffalo from Theodore Roosevelt National Park in 1991. The small herd grazes in the valley below the museum and can be seen from the museum parking lot and I-94.
   The museum is small. The exhibits tell the history of the buffalo with descriptions of the huge herds that roamed across the US before European settlement and the wide scale hunting that decimated the population and led to efforts to save them from extinction. Native American lifestyles and examples of native artwork are also covered.
    The museum is accessible.

    The parking lot is large enough for any RV. Museum 46.88825, -98.70159
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