We were there with friends and got to see two Buffalo and a baby one. Then we got to go through the small museum that they have there. I really enjoyed that because it had all kinds of animals and also had antiques to see. The gift shop have a lot of different things in there to buy. Me and... 更多
The Frontier Village was closed for the season, but you can still stop in to see the World's Largest Buffalo statue. It is one of those stops where its nice to get out, stretch the legs and get some fun family photos.
This a great place to stop on a roadtrip. It's a free pioneer village, which means there is nothing too extravagant and it's very quirky. There are a variety of typical frontier buildings including a really interesting Writer's Shack. There are animals, gift shops featuring locally crafted items, strange mannequins, and of course the giant bison statue. Well worth the... 更多
If you've traveled the west or midwest at all, you've probably seen several versions of historic villages, some better than others. This one was pretty average. I do like and recommend stopping in small town museums if your in town but, I don't think this is worth any extra effort.
Enjoyed looking through all the old buildings and the surrounding views but the white buffalo and the largest buffalo in the world are the main attractions worth seeing. It all kind of goes together.
This unique eye catcher right off of 1-90 really surprised us. The giant buffalo drew us in, and the charming village really sold us on the place. We were there an hour before closing-- otherwise we would have stayed longer. Spectacular views of the buffalo-real and artificial.
Visiting Frontier Village in Jamestown, ND was like stepping back into the old west. As a fans of Louis L'amour (myself and my family) the main street and shops created the feel of what life was like on the western frontier. Many artifacts of daily life and travel are preserved and presented in the context of a western village, complete... 更多
Please refer to my review of the Buffalo Museum. These places are connected. Easy to find and free. Many old buildings reconstructed to look like a town.