Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1976, the Stutsman County Courthouse gained acclaim as the oldest courthouse in North Dakota. It is also one of two locations in North Dakota built in the Gothic Revival architectural style.
The courthouse also housed a government correctional facility. Stutsman County Courthouse held much significance form 1875-1899, 1900-1924 and 192501949. Privately owned, the courthouse is not accessible to the public, but can be seen from the outside and holds extreme significance in the historical culture of Jamestown.
From Interstate 94,take exit 258 heading east for about one mile. Bear right onto HWY 54 and continue straight as it becomes 10th street. Take a left onto 3rd Avenue and continue for five blocks to the intersection of 3rd Avenue and 5th Street and you should see the courthouse on your left.
Stutsman County Courthouse State Historic Site
Address: 504 Third Avenue SE
Jamestown, North Dakota