The character and legacy of the American West comes to life inside the organization’s gold buckle facility, the North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame – Center of Western Heritage & Cultures: Native American, Ranching and Rodeo located in Medora, North Dakota.
Steaks skewered on a pitchfork and plunged into hot oil delivers an unbelievably juicy steak, with a light crispiness to the outside. or Enjoy the Cowboy Cookout which includes Buffalo Roast, Herb Roasted Chicken and BBQ Ribs.
It's the best of cowboy cookin' with an unbeatable view of the Badlands as well as the Burning Hills Amphitheatre.
Saddle up for a trail ride and authentic western fun at the Medora Riding Stables!
-All riders must be at least 7 years old -45 inches tall - Riders must be able to mount and dismount the horse on their own - Riders must weigh less than 250 pounds. - Riders should arrive 15 minutes prior to their ride time.
Take peek behind the scenes of one of the longest running outdoor shows in the world. Check out the moving set and the underground passageway, and learn about all that goes into putting on the "Greatest Show in the West!"
The Medora Musical is the rootin'-tootinest, boot-scootinest show in all the west! Set in the outdoor splendor of the rugged North Dakota Badlands, this professionally produced, high energy, western-style musical show is proudly dedicated to the legacy of Theodore Roosevelt, the old west, and the beauty of the North Dakota Badlands.
This brand new family attraction in Medora is a must see, and eat, for weekends. Start with a beautiful array of your brunch favorites — endless helpings of egg bakes, breakfast meats and more. Then take in one heck of a gospel show with a full band, four gospel singers and a surprise guest performer or two. All hosted by the amazing Emily Walter.