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.
This building housed Cowan Drug for many years with the Cowan Family living upstairs. The...
GALLERYCamp Hancock Historic Site
This building at Camp Hancock (originally Camp Greeley) is the oldest remaining building in...
Broadway Avenue between 3rd & 4th...
Building in center was originally built for JCPenney, which opened in October 1956. See...
MacKenzie River Pizza Grill and Pub
Opened in 2012.
Shiloh Christian School
Shiloh Christian School is a private school located in northeastern Bismarck, North Dakota near...
Comfort Inn opened its Bismarck location in 1982. Comfort Suites was built adjacent to...