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.
Built in 1900 to house local department store Webb Brothers, this building later housed...
Eide Ford-Lincoln Dealership
Located on Bismarck Expressway, Eide Ford has been in business many years. It is...
Main Avenue in Downtown Bismarck
Main Avenue in Downtown Bismarck between 5th & 4th Streets, seen here are various...
I. Keating Furniture World
Store entrance to I Keating Furniture World inside Kirkwood Mall in Bismarck, North Dakota....
MDU Corporate Headquarters Campus
The new headquarters of Montana Dakota Utilities and its affiliates was built in 2005...
Northbrook Shopping Center Sign
The vintage neon Northbrook Mall sign lit up in the late evening. Northbrook was...