Custer Park, located just west of downtown Bismarck, was Bismarck’s first municipal park when it was developed in 1909. The Eagle Statue was dedicated on October 1, 1988 to commemorate the bicentennial of the United States Constitution.
The Elks Aquatic Center is located directly across from the park, which was the city’s first swimming pool when completed in 1932.
GALLERYGold Seal Building
Built in 1971, this building served as the corporate headquarters for Gold Seal Products...
MacKenzie River Pizza Grill and Pub
Opened in 2012.
Hoskins-Meyer Floral Greenhouse
Long-time local business Hoskins-Meyer Floral closed suddenly in November 2008, not officially announcing its...
Row of Historic Buildings on 4th Street
The historic Woodmansee Building was built in 1899 as the first home to long-time...
GALLERYSertoma Park & Missour River
Dedicated in 1928, Sertoma Park (also known as Riverside Park) is a municipal park...
An evening shot of Ruby Tuesday in Bismarck, North Dakota. Restaurant opened in 2007.