On-A-Slant Village, dating back to the 1500s, features six rebuilt earthlodges with exhibits and guided tours.The park's Visitor Center houses the nation's best display of Mandan artifacts and history, along with items of interest on Lewis and Clark and General Custer. Interpretive sites are open May 1 through September 30 from am to pm. An interpretive pass, which includes access to all tours and sites, is available for an additional per adults and per student.Currently, the facility's hours of operation are the same as Gateway to Science.Shade Tree Players offer children's theater productions each summer.Located in the Frances Leach High Prairie Arts & Science Complex at 1810 Schafer Street in north Bismarck, south of I-94, Exit 157. Groups of 10 or more should call for reservations and special group rates.Families and children of all ages will enjoy the interactive exhibits, programs and special events throughout the year. Children under 4 are admitted free with a paid adult admission. For more information call (701) 258-1975, email at gscience@or visit our website at at 228 W. Bismarck is a family owned and operated golf shop that specializes in golf and entertainment.
The first "Thunderbird," a public art creation by the students of United Tribes Technical College is part of the Missouri Valley Legacy Center in Keelboat Park.
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