Inside the organization’s gold buckle facility is the North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame – Center of Western Heritage & Cultures: Native American, Ranching and Rodeo.
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 Center of Western Heritage & Cultures is open from May through October and by reservation in 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.
Students (7-17) $6
Medora’s history was built on the back of a horse. Experience the legends of cowboys, cowgirls and the Native Americans in this immersive museum experience.
The North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame is a proud member of the Medora Chamber of Commerce and listed here in partnership with the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation.