This is a wonderful exhibit and if you're either from, or passing through, the Mandan area you should make a point of stopping. On-A-Slant Village is a well-designed and realistic depiction of daily life for the Mandan Indians. My children really enjoy visiting the Village and the park staff is always accommodating and readily available to answer questions and give... 更多
My goodness I was amazed and felt like I had stepped back in time inside the village. Our guide did an outstanding job of explaining village life and answering questions. Great experience!
After a tour of the Custer home we walked to the On-A-Slant Mandan Indian village to see the reconstructed earthen lodges. The tour of this site was most interesting. They have done a good job of restoration of this area and the tour is certainly worth it.
If you came to the Dakotas in search of Native Americans this is a perfect stop. Not too much walking to step inside recreated Mandan Earthlodges and see what life was like. It costs $5 per vehicle to enter Ft. Abraham Lincoln State Park where this village is located. For an extra $6 per adult (uncertain of child costs) you... 更多
We visited here in late July 2016. The visitor's center serves as a very informative museum with historical overview and artifacts. I found the diorama of the On-a-Slant village very helpful to gather a sense of the whole. The lodges were very nicely reconstructed. Each shared information from agriculture, hunting, and daily living. I thought it was the perfect amount... 更多
This is village a beautiful replica of an old native Mandan village. You can take the trolley to the first stop, climb a few stairs and the village is just ahead to the right. It's worth the visit.
The visitor center and reconstructed village are well worth spending a couple of hours of touring and learning. State park rangers provide guided tours of the village, while relating the history of the site and how the people lived. The displays in the buildings expand on the culture and the tribes relationships to other tribes as a center for trade.... 更多
We took the tour and found it very interesting. Nice area. Lots of artifacts that show what it was like living in that village. Make sure you also see Gen Custers house in this park
There are five reconstructed earth lodges at this site. The Mandan Indians lived here for a couple hundred years before they moved north near Fort Mandan, where Lewis and Clark stayed near them for the winter they stayed in North Dakota. The lodges are of different sizes, and show the construction of the lodges. The informative, educational markers explain various... 更多