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Kids Day at the Medora Musical

Kids get in FREE on Wednesdays and Sundays. Come enjoy the Greatest Show in the West -- for less!

Bully Pulpit Stay & Play Package

Stay and play -- Bully Style -- with golf at the Bully and a night's stay with us for just $139.*

Medora Musical Stay and Play Package

Stay with us, enjoy the world-famous Medora Musical, and feast on steak cooked on a pitchfork starting at $215*

2014 Medora Musical Season Pass

Now on Sale! See the Medora Musical as many times as you would like for one low price.


Chateau de Mores

State Historic Site

 Take a step back in time as you enter the beautifully furnished summer home of the aristocratic De Mores family. Visitors to the Chateau de Mores are welcomed into the 1880s style, 26-room Chateau that was once home to the Marquis and his wife, Medora. Many of the furnishings in this historic home are original to the house and the building has been refurbished to its original splendor of yesteryear. Interpreters will guide you through the Chateau to share stories about the life and times of the Marquis and Medora.

Also take time to visit the recently constructed Chateau de Mores Interpretive Center and explore exhibits of the Marquis and Medora, along with information about the site. The gallery exhibit changes to feature a variety of photographers and themes.

Senior citizens can enjoy a living history tour every Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. MDT during the summer, while a special tour for kids is presented every Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. MDT. Saturdays and Sundays feature "History Alive!" free on the porch of the Chateau at 10:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m., and 3:30 p.m. MDT. For more information call 701-623-4355 or visit www.nd.gov/hist.

Medora to Deadwood Stage Coach Rides

Relive the old West on this scenic half-hour stage coach adventure through the Little Missouri River Bottom. This authentic stage coach was originally owned by the Marquis de Mores and was in operation between Medora and Deadwood in the early 1880s. Stage rides run from June through early September, 2010.

Admission:

 

  • Adults: $7
  • Children (ages 6-15): $3
  • Preschool: Free

Admission for the Interpretive Center includes tour tickets for the Chateau site. Allow two hours per visit.

Hours

  • 8:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. MDT
  • Monday through Saturday