Reviews of Missouri-Yellowstone Confluence Interpretive Center (Museum)

15349 39th Ln NW, Williston, ND 58801, United States

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At this moment the business gets a rating of 4.3 out of 5 and this rating has been based on 86 reviews.

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This Museum belongs to the category of Historical landmark.

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REVIEWS OF Missouri-Yellowstone Confluence Interpretive Center IN North Dakota

Robert Leland

Jo

Bonnie Steward

Dalis Tannler

Lonestar Kidd

Shaun Dreyer

Trasey

Ryan Wright

Ijeoma Brown

Amazing!

Victoria Tekin

Nice historical place, the galleries are small but nice, walking paths, and gift store in place.

Jonathan Onley

Interesting place to visit with a movie and small museum

William Duckworth

Noce small museum. Great history!

Reagan Lewis

I've never been but my state is North Dakota and according to my research it is awesome

Glenda Holmes

casey cagney

Karin Ford

Robert Turcotte

Michelle Salas

Warren Bilquist

Debra Wagner

Friendly staff. Very interesting. Must see

Richard Gates

Spectacular view point, and an interesting interpretive facility detailing local history

Conrad Scott

Tim Myers

Bogusław Łań

Występują tu prehistoryczne ryby

Hakan Tekin

Nice

Stacie Mount

Amy Phelan

Janet Deaton

rebecca osterman

Thank you for all the wonderful information and special care you gave us! Our classes really enjoyed their visit! Sincerely, 3rd/4th and 7th/8th grade classes of Prairie Elementary.

Ginger Simmons

Awesome picnic place and view, quiet and peaceful

Pam Kirkland

Peggy Young

Guide was full of knowledge. Very helpful.

becky HUNTER

Brent Colby

Very nice interpretive center. A good look at local geography, natural and human history. A nice addition to a trip to Fort Union and Fort Buford.

Donna Chovan

Great learning experience

Gregory Ficker

Cool place, neat visitor center, nice trails with educative kiosks.

Melanie Kopjanski

Jeremy Lee

Norma Brian

Greg D

Good fishing. Interpretive centers closed Everytime I've been here.

SIERRA SKOR

Erik Swain

A little bit of history and some nice walking trails while you learn. Worth it if you are in area and want to get outside.

Judy Aho

Great place! Lots of history!

John Reigeluth

A lot of history took place here. It helps a lot to actually see the place (even though this is a replica, the actual fort is now under water).

Manuela Van der Steen

(Translated by Google) Nice but sorry for the bad weather (Original) Mooi maar spijtig van het slecht weer

Jessica Smith

Rexford Dundon

Interesting exhibits in the museum.

Marcia Hadding

Great view of the rivers. Nice staff. $5.00 per person entry for film and 2 nice galarys.

Edward Prosienski

Really really disappointed in this Center. The walk by the river you were not able to see the actual merge of all the rivers they needed a better vantage point. The gallery inside was a waste of $5.

Roy DeMars

Great historical sight.

mickisis1

Nice museum and a scenic overlook of the rivers. Even a nice walk along a paved path.

Debbie Prosienski

Worse center we have ever gone to. The outside walkway lacked info on the Confluence; so buggy and galleries inside???? Thete should be an advantage point above the ground to actually see the Rivers meet.

Linda Ball

Beautiful new museum information center at the meeting of the Missouri and Yellowstone rivers in N Dakota. Worth the stop and the $5 for the museum. Right next to Ft Buford and the 1st Masonic Lodge in the area.

Cheryl Leonard

Pretty spot. Worth the extra stop if you are visiting the fort.

Emilio Nazario

It's ok

Shon Barwick

HY Chen

Lavonna Skeans

The interpetive center was really nice. We were disappointed that it was so difficult to see the rivers. The center needs a viewing platform on top with information boards.

Kate Lisenbee

I loved it when I first saw it and I now enjoy getting to work here. A special piece of North Dakota and our nation's history.

Debra Hofland

Feeling historical as we looked out across the wide expanse of water, and getting zinged by mosquitoes! The center itself was disappointing as there was really nothing historical (displays, interactive, photos) as you'd expect at such a place, not even a map of the trails. :-(

Peter Buck

History and panoramic vistas

Keith Johnsrud

JR Hooks

Jesse Kilwein

Beautiful museum and walking path along the Missouri and Yellowstone Rivers. There is a small garden with a lot of birds and ground squirrels visiting outside in the summer.

Dennis Fuerst

Scenic...visitor center closed.

Claire Andrus

Beautiful area especially with the fall foliage. Wonderful staff !

b evans

Full of history

Stephanie Young

Karen Brown

Lisa Lauckner

They need more RV parking and hook UPS.. And it is still kind of messy since the flood

Maddy Richardson

Kevin Kurtz

Denise Golubski

Very welcoming and knowledgeable staff.

Vanessa Hutcheson

This is a really nice place to visit. There are picnic tables, but there are also tons of mosquitoes. They have guided tours available, videos and a museum for $10 a person.

Ray Trumpower

Oriana Basile

Cool to say I've been here been overall the site was just ok. So many mosquitos!

Garnar McCowan

Matt Jones

Cool place.

Badlands4

Friendly staff. Interesting items in museum and gift shop. Stellar river walk and views

tammy footh

Brian Clinkenbeard

Michael Connolly

JC Perkins

Tina Falcon

Always a treat!

Jessica Newman

Michael Mashchak

Very interesting historical facts and photos inside. Wish I could have gone during the winter, the trees and growth along the river bank completely block the view.

Business Hours of Missouri-Yellowstone Confluence Interpretive Center in North Dakota

SUNDAY
1–5PM
MONDAY
CLOSED
TUESDAY
CLOSED
WEDNESDAY
9AM–4PM
THURSDAY
9AM–4PM
FRIDAY
9AM–4PM
SATURDAY
9AM–4PM

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