The Dakota Zoo is situated within Sertoma Park along the shores of the Missouri River. The zoo opened in 1961 and has since expanded to 125 species of birds and mammals, with over 100,000 visitors each year. The Dakota Zoo once had the largest Kodiak bears in captivity. The bear, Clyde, passed away in 1987, however still has a strong presence within the zoo, including a life-size carving of Clyde carved by local resident Dave Ely.
Dairy Queen on Broadway Avenue
Bismarck’s first Dairy Queen, opened in 1949 on the edge of downtown. This Dairy...
Runnings Farm & Fleet
Built in 1990 and expanded twice, this building originally house Walmart prior its opening...
GALLERY40 Steak + Seafood
40 Steak + Seafood (formerly Caspar’s East 40; East 40 Chophouse & Tavern) is...
Kirkwood Mall Interior – Target...
Target relocated its Kirkwood Mall location in 2006, replacing the former Marshall Field’s space....
Bismarck Tribune Headquarters
The current home of the Bismarck Tribune, who’s first edition was in July 1873.