Bismarck’s first Dairy Queen, opened in 1949 on the edge of downtown. This Dairy Queen, open seasonally, is walk-up only and features no indoor seating. It is reportedly Bismarck’s oldest continuously operating restaurant.
Much of its business comes from the nearby Elks Pool and Custer Park, both of which are practically across the street. Custer Park was Bismarck’s first municipal park, established in 1909; and Elks Pool was Bismarck’s first swimming pool, opened in 1932.
Wilhelm Buick-Olds-Cadillac Building
Wilhelm’s opened its Bismarck dealership in 1986, and closed in 2007 as a result...
North American Steak Buffet
Located on State Street, the American Steak Buffet originally housed Bonanza Steakhouse, which still...
GALLERYGateway Fashion Mall Exterior in 2009
Opened in September 1979 with original anchors Sears, White Mart, and A.W. Lucas, Gateway...
Located on 26th Street just north of Main Avenue in Bismarck. The heart-shaped sign...
Kirkwood Office Tower
This uniquely-shaped building, located just east of Kirkwood Mall, was built in 1973 to...
Rosser Avenue Near 3rd Street
Seen here are the William Guy Federal Building and the former MDU Headquarters.