North Dakota Cowboy Hall Of Fame
The 15,000-square foot interpretive center features permanent and traveling western cultural exhibits, a Hall of Honorees, theater, gift shop, archives, 1,400 square feet of multi-purpose meeting space and a 5,000 square foot open-air patio.
The North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame strives to preserve the history and promote the culture of North Dakota’s Native American, Ranching, & Rodeo communities by informing and educating people of all nations and cultures about the state’s rich and colorful western heritage.
The Center of Western Heritage & Cultures is open from mid-May through mid-September and by reservation during the off-season. It is located in downtown Medora at 250 Main Street: one block north of Pacific Avenue or one block east of the Theodore Roosevelt National Park entrance.
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Have you ever wondered what Medora is like in the winter? Come see for yourself! First, stop at Hidden Springs Java for a hot cup of joe! For the hours of operation visit the HiddenSpringsJava Facebook! Then, head to Theodore Roosevelt National Park for a Badlands...read more
Medora's Old Fashioned Cowboy Christmas is right around the corner! Join us December 8-10 as we celebrate Christmas in the Badlands. Click on the photos below to view an enlarged image of the itinerary and schedule of events!read more