The purpose of the Hall of Fame, which began in 1980, is to honor those who have done the most for the North American Buffalo, inclusive of both historic individuals as well as those today, which through their dedication and conscious effort further the restoration of bison.
The administration of the Hall of Fame transitioned to the NBF when the American Bison Association and the National Buffalo Association merged and the foundation was created.
The Hall of Fame is displayed and maintained in Jamestown, North Dakota at the National Buffalo Museum where individual plaques honoring each inductee, along with physical memorabilia relating to each, can be viewed by the many museum visitors.
Buffalo Hall of Fame
National Buffalo Museum
Located at Frontier Village
500 17th Street SE
Jamestown, ND 58401
Visit www.buffalomuseum.com for current hours
and admission information.