Groundbreaking at the Port of Bismarck Launches new Visitor Center

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In the empty space left behind by the old Meriwether’s will be a new visitor center, full of amenities.
The Fort Abraham Lincoln Foundation hosted a groundbreaking today.

Multiple speakers introduced the new Heritage River Landing, including former Mayor John Warford and retired Major General David Sprynczynatyk.

The building will be located next to the Lewis and Clark Riverboat, and today, officials stuck the first shovels into the ground to signify the beginning of the project’s construction stage. 

Heritage River Landing will house a restaurant, gift shop and an interactive kiosk for visitors to explore recreational opportunities along the Missouri River.

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