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Tours set for North Dakota governor's residence | Bismarck

Public tours are scheduled from 2 to 7 p.m. Tuesday of the new North Dakota governor's residence on the Capitol grounds in Bismarck.

John Boyle, director of the state facilities management division, and his staff, is looking for a partial tour of the home, including its formal space, multipurpose room and kitchen.

Tours are scheduled every 15 minutes and will last for as long. An elevator is available for handicapped accessibility.

Gov. Doug Burgum and first lady Kathryn Helgaa's Burgum will not be available during tours, according to governor's spokesman Mike Nowatzi.

Visitors may park on the Capitol and enter through its east entry.

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