Dunseith, North Dakota: North American Game Warden MuseumThe museum honors our fallen Game Wardens, who gave their lives in the service of wildlife management.
- Hwy 3, Dunseith, ND
- Tucked into a back corner of the International Peace Garden. From the split of US 281/Hwy 3 from Hwy 5 in Dunseith, drive north 13.5 miles to the Canadian border. The entrance to the International Peace Garden will be on the left. Bear to the left once you enter, drive about a mile to the back of the garden, then take your first (and only) left. The museum will be the first building on the left.
- Jun-early Sep daily 10 am - 5 pm; May Sa-Su 10 am - 5pm. (Call to verify)
Visitor Tips and News About North American Game Warden Museum
Sponsored by the North American Wildlife Enforcement Officers Association (NAWEOA), the Game Warden Museum is at the International Peace Garden near Dunseith, along the Canadian border. Initially founded on a temporary basis in the 1990s, it became a permanent museum in 2005.
The museum honors the profession's fallen heroes -- who have given their lives in the line of duty -- and educates the public about Game Wardens.[Charles Pudwill, 06/06/2011]