Chateau de Mores Interpretative Center
The Chateau de Mores State Historic Site Interpretive Center is complete and visitors are welcome. The $2 million reconstruction is located where the former interpretive center was built in the 1970s southwest of Medora.
The Center is the gateway to the grounds on which Marquis de Mores built a home in 1883 for his wife, Medora. The Center includes 8,600 square feet and includes a 2,000 square foot permanent gallery and a 1,000 square foot temporary gallery. A museum store, a multi-purpose room and hallways are part of the facility.
The permanent gallery features artifacts related to the history of Marquis de Mores, his wife Medora and their families. A replica of a box car is a major part of the exhibit.
Tours of the actual Chateau de Mores SHS are available daily throughout the summer. Individuals wanting more information can contact the Chateau de Mores State Historic Site, 701-623-4355.
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