North Dakota State University Archeology Technologies Laboratory (ATL) has reconstructed the On-A-Slant Mandan Village using Virtual Reality technology. The On-A-Slant Virtual Village was modeled based on scholarly research of the site, the Native population, and the era. The Virtual Village is as historically accurate as the documentation allows. The slice of time presented to viewers is ca. 1776, five years before the village's abandonment in 1781. Archaeology is the discipline that provides us with a conduit, of sorts, to the past. It is the means by which our society reconnects with its heritage. Archaeologists, however, can only dream of time travel. While time travel is currently impossible in reality, it is possible and plausible in virtual reality. The ATL at NDSU has the necessary tools and expertise to produce virtual 3D computer reconstructions of the past using a combination of archaeological, historical, and ethnographic records.