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All reviews interpretive center fort union rivers meet nice center nice gift shop local history interesting displays sitting bull interesting place walking path worth a stop lewis and clark expedition buford oil geography state overview
This a wonder place to take in the history of the old west! In the heart of the Williston Basin. A confluence of two great American Rivers, Missouri and the Yellowstone (one the longest un-damn rivers in the country)! A major piece in the Lewis...More
We happened across this interpretive center while looking for Fort Union which is only a few miles down the road. There really wasn't much here for me. A bit of local history. Seemed more like something teachers would use for a filed trip.
This is where the Yellowstone and Missouri rivers meet. The admission fee of $5 allowed visitors to explore 2 exhibits--one on the history of the area and the other on coming of electricity to rural North Dakota. Both were very interesting. There was also a...More
Interesting site to see where rivers meet. Even more interesting when coupled with a visit to Ft. Buford collocated st the site. Interesting displays in building. Pleasant short walk to view the rivers converging.
Saw the sign about the place, so quickly turned into visit the place. The interpretive center provides a good overview of the confluence of rivers and the local ecology.
A small fee required, but also covered fort Buford, which was fairly close to the area....More
A must see!!! Take the time to see the compass inside the building and courteous staff. The gift shop is ideal for all travelers seeking trinkets to take back to their home destination of remembrance of glitter, food, and oil. And of course take your...More