Old Red Old Ten North Dakota Scenic Byway | Things to do

Travel the Old Red Old Ten Scenic Byway for many exciting things to see and do.  Load up the family or take a trip on your own to explore the "Other Freeway!"

Almont Heritage Park and Museum

Main Street
Almont, ND

Lat:46.7267  Lon:-101.504

The Almont Heritage Park and Museum is a veritable treasure trove of historical buildings, pictures and artifacts. Creation of the Heritage Park was first begun in 1970 with the building of the Museum. Following this were the additions of various buildings, including a one-room school house, a blacksmith shop, a 1908-style jail, an original homestead shack and a Sears Roebuck House that was originally ordered from a Sears Roebuck catalog and assembled here. The newest addition to the Park facility is the Sig Peterson metal bridge, the oldest metal bridge in Morton County that is still in existence. History abounds within the confines of the park and beckons to all history buffs to come and enjoy a walk back in time. The reality of those days gone by can now only be enhanced by vivid imaginations. Was this a better place or a better time. Judge for yourself here at the Almont Heritage Park and Museum.