Worked in 1884 as a private habitation of the liquor merchant Asa Fisher, this delightful chateau was outlined in a Victorian Stick style and worked as the home of North Dakota governors from 1893 to 1960. Amid that time the manor housed 20 state governors. Other than the principle two and half stories house, there is a carriage house in the back that was included after the building's development.
Both the chateau and the carriage house have experienced broad reclamation and are today open for visits and different capacities. The dazzling greenery enclosure that encompasses two structures has in excess of 60 types of legacy plants, while the 1903 Carriage House includes the lasting display From Bucket of Oats to Quarts of Oil.