The High Plains Western Heritage Center features a five-state regional museum founded to honor the Old West Pioneers and American Indians of North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Wyoming, and Montana. Western artifacts, art, live animals, and family history displays are used as determinant of historical events.
Hours of Operation: Monday-Saturday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Sunday, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Adults (16 & Older): $10.00
Youth (Ages 6-16): $3
Family Rate (2 Adults, 2 Youth): $22.00
AAA Members: $1-off per person
Today, the Center provides over 20,000 sq. ft. of Presentation featuring a wide range of Western Artifacts. Six categories of High Plains History were chosen to be honored: Pioneering, Cattle & Sheep Ranching, Rodeo, Transportation, American Indians, and Mining. The Transportation Room features a Concord Stagecoach, Chuckwagon, “Tally Ho” Wagon, Buggies, and Sleighs. Outside Displays include a furnished One-Room Schoolhouse, Homestead Log Cabin and Antique Farm & Ranch Equipment. The Heritage Center also has a spacious theatre and hosts many events and speakers throughout the year.
The High Plains Western Heritage Center also offers group and bus tour rates, please call for more information.