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.


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Former Governors' Mansion State Historic Site

320 E. Ave B
Bismark,ND 58501
Phone: (701)328-3015
Year Built:1884
Admission Price:Free
Hours: See their website

This house was the North Dakota governors' residence from 1893 to 1960. It was built in 1884 as a private residence by Asa Fisher. At various times he was a wholesale liquor dealer, register of the Bismarck Land Office, and president of the First National Bank. He sold this house to the state for $5,000 in 1893.


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Elmwood State Park

Stephen Ave. & 2nd Street
Grafton,ND 58237
Phone: (701)352-0152
Year Built:1895
Admission Price:Call for info
Hours: Call for info

The Historic Elmwood House was built in 1895 by C.A.M. Spencer, the state’s second attorney general, and was purchased by William C. Treumann, commander of the North Dakota Volunteers, a few years later. In 1913, Treumann registered the house and the surrounding property as Elmwood.

Grand Forks

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Myra Museum and Campbell House

2405 Belmont Road
Grand Forks,ND 58201
Phone: (701)775-2216
Year Built:1875
Admission Price:Call for info
Hours: Call for info

The 1879 Campbell house is dedicated to pioneer women and contains furnishings from the 1890s.


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Pioneer Village

US 52 and 8th St.
Phone: (701)385-4368
Year Built:
Admission Price:Call for info
Hours: Call for info

Among the 27 buildings displayed on the grounds are a 1904 residence. The museum also displays Civil War era clothing.