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Camp Hancock State Historic Site - Exhibits

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The Four Seasons at Camp Hancock
Permanent Exhibit
This exhibit looks at the history of the site through the seasons. The oldest building in Bismarck, this is the only structure remaining from the U.S. Army infantry post stationed here from 1872 to 1877. After it was decommissioned, it served as the U.S. Weather Bureau Station for the region from 1894 to 1939.

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101 East Main Ave.
Bismarck, ND 58501
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Winter Hours (Labor Day-Thursday of Memorial Day Weekend):
Buildings open by appointment only.

Summer Hours (Friday of Memorial Day Weekend-Sunday of Labor Day Weekend):
Museum and Bread of Life Church
Fri. - Sun., 1-5 p.m.
Other times by appointment.

Site grounds with outdoor interpretive signs open year round.

Contact Camp Hancock:
phone: 701.328.9528

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phone: 701.328.2666