A row of historic buildings on 4th Street between Broadway and Main Avenues in downtown Bismarck, North Dakota. The building on the far right was built in 1930 to house J.C. Penney. Penney’s relocated to the NW corner of 5th and Broadway in 1956.
This building later housed Osco Drug until it relocated to Gateway Mall in 1979, at which point Coast To Coast relocated its store from Main Avenue into the building.
Free Kat Perkins Concert
North Dakota native Kat Perkins, one of the finalists in Season 6 of NBC’s The Voice,...
One Source Lighting Showroom / Former...
This building originally housed the International Harvester Company’s McCormick Store. One Source Lighting recently...
Space Aliens Grill & Bar At Night
Space Aliens Grill & Bar at night in Bismarck, North Dakota. Space Aliens was...
Bird House Store
Formerly located on State Street, just north of Century Avenue. The Bird House later...
Opening November 2015.
Scotty’s Drive-in: Show-N-Shine
Show-N-Shine classic car show outside Scotty’s Drive-in. Once a regional chain, Scotty’s Drive-in has...