Fort Totten State Historic Site is 1 mi. e. of SR 57 on CR 7. One of the nation's best preserved forts of the Indian War era, it retains 17 original buildings and the parade grounds. The renovated buildings date 1868-73 and include a general store, a classroom, a Native American boarding school, a commissary and a hospital. One of the officer's quarters is now a Victorian-style bed & breakfast. The fort also contains an interpretive center and the Pioneer Daughters Museum.