Historic House Museums in North Dakota
We try to keep this list of historic house museums for North Dakota current, but it is best to check directly with the museums for their hours and other information. If you know of a historic house museum in North Dakota that should be listed here, please use our submission form to let us know about it.
The late Victorian home built in 1893 contains furnishings and portraits
Open Wed-Sun 1-5, May 16 to Sep 15 • 320 E. Ave. B • (701) 328-3015 or (701) 328-2672
Late Victorian home, original woodwork and living areas. Located on 20 acres of land, it was North Dakota's second Attorney General Cam Spencer's home. It is on the National Register of Historic homes. the home contains stained glass windows, and oak stairway, birds-eye maple mantle and mirror
By appt. only • Stephen Avenue & 2nd Street • (701) 352-1338, (701) 352-1459 or (701) 352-1885
The 1879 Campbell house is dedicated to pioneer women and contains furnishings from the 1890s.
Open daily 1-5, May-Sep • 2405 Belmont Rd. • (701) 775-2216
Among the 27 buildings displayed on the grounds are a 1904 residence. The museum also displays Civil War era clothing.
Open Wed-Fri 4-7, Sat-Sun 2-5, Jun 1 to Labor Day; by appointment rest of the year • US 52 and 8th St. • (701) 385-4368
The site consists of 26 room chateau, and the ruins of a packing plant. The house contains many of the original furnishings and personal belongings of the Marquis de Mores and his family.
Open daily 8:30-6:30 May 16-Sep 15; by appointment rest of the year • half mile southwest of town • (701) 623-4355
Victorian Preservation Association - P.O. Box 586 - San Jose, CA 95106-0586 - Email: firstname.lastname@example.org