- Our list of the best things to do in Jamestown, North Dakota, features the top 13 nearby activities — including 0 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Jamestown, ND has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Sights & Landmarks, Museums & Galleries, Outdoor Places, and Amusement.
- The results below include the top 13 things to do within the city of Jamestown, ND
Jamestown's National Buffalo Museum celebrates the legacy of the mighty buffalo, an important source of food and leather for North Dakota's indigenous tribes and European settlers. The Museum includes a buffalo preserve and charming gift boutique.
A barn-sized, 60-ton buffalo statue greets visitors at the Frontier Village in Jamestown, North Dakota. The Village is a living history museum that immerses guests in frontier life as the first European settlers experienced it during the American westward expansion.
The Stutsman County Museum home was constructed by George Lutz in 1907, as a home for him and his family. The home contains numerous rooms with a variety of exhibits ranging from sports memorabilia to the first incubator used at the Jamestown Hospital.
Affiliated with Buffalo City Tourism, the Visitors Information Center is a central planning hub for visitors to the Jamestown and Stutsman County areas. Its staff can help point visitors to the various attractions and amenities the area has to offer.
Jamestown's The Arts Center is devoted to enabling artists of various kinds to explore and to practice their art. The center caters to visual artists, writers, and actors, as well as to art afficionados, and offers a variety of programs.
Historic Franklin School served as a public elementary school for a century from 1901 to 2000. Visitors can tour the historic school and the CSi Technology Center currently operates there and offers computer lessons and programs to the community.
A historic attraction, Jamestown's Fort Seward was a military installation between the years 1872 and 1877. Restored and preserved, the fort is now home to an interpretive center as well as to the largest US flag on public display.
The North Dakota Sports Hall of Fame is a tribute to the names in sports that the state has produced. Patrons can tour the museum. Museum cases display memorabilia from ND athletes including Phil Jackson and Roger Maris.
The Bison Ranch offers thousands of acres of private rolling virgin prairie with ducks, geese, sharptail grouse, whitetail deer and buffalo. The ranch also features diverse habitant and wildlife as well as a resident bison herd.