Fort Totten State Historic Site reviews
This is a hidden gem! It’s a well kept historic fort that allows its visitors a glimpse into life at the fort/school. Walking around Fort Totten takes you through all areas of life during the hard..... more »
We were driving past and decided to stop as it was raining and the fishing was a bit slow. Fort Totten did not disappoint! The buildings are well maintained and there is something educational in... more »
This fort has a lot of its original buildings. There are several available to walk through. Additionally they have many items that were used at the fort on display. They discuss the time it was used as a military fort in the late 1800's to when it was used as a school for Native Americans and a place to care for those with TB. They also have a bed and breakfast where people can stay!
Surprised to find such an expansive property preserved as an historical site. The condition of preservation efforts though, was reflective of the ongoing disparity of funding to native peoples. Many of the other historical sites we visited in ND were obviously better capitalized and preserved.
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