Address: 1020 S Broadway, Minot, ND 58701, United States.
This heritage park is located in Minot, North Dakota. This is a memorial park where you can find the remembrances from Scandinavian countries like Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden. This is the only outdoor museum in the world where you can find replicas of all these Nordic countries. The popular exhibits are Finnish sauna, Swedish Dala horse, the Gol Stave Church Museum, Danish Windmill, etc.
Address: North Dakota, United States.
This park was established in 1978 in the western part of North Dakota. There are plenty of recreational activities you can enjoy like hiking, camping, wildlife watching, scenic loop drive, and the popular attraction is a colorful painted Canyon and Maltese Cross Cabin where Theodor Roosevelt once lived. The park spreads around 70,000 acres and divided into three sections.
Address: 4255 23rd Ave S, Fargo, ND 58104, United States.
This Zoo was opened in 1961 on the banks of majestic Missouri River and surrounded by the natural environment. You can find more than 125 species of birds and animals over here. The popular attractions are tigers, snow leopards, wolves, bears, Canada lynx, bobcats, cougars, eagles, emus, cotton-top tamarins, Goeldi�s monkey, golden-headed lion tamarin, pygmy marmoset, red-ruffed lemurs, etc.
Address: Fargo, ND, USA.
This garden is a landmark of North Dakota. It was opened in 1932 In between North Dakota and the province of Manitoba. This is created to improve the relationship between the US and Canada. The natural attractions are more than 150000 flowers, flower clock, a beautiful fountain, a chapel, freshwater lakes, waterfalls, scenic driving & hiking, etc.
Address: Highway 22, Dunn Center, ND 58626, United States.
This state park is a paradise for hiking lovers. This park was established in 1971 & spreads around 4600 acres of natural beauty. This is a favorite camping spot for visitors with all amenities. You can enjoy scenic driving through the valley and enjoy the beauty of the badlands.
Address: 15550 ND-1804, Williston, ND 58801, United States.
This is one of the oldest National Historic landmarks of the US and a popular tourist attraction in North Dakota. It has a prominent place on the Upper Missouri River in ancient days. This was an important fur trade post on this region. A bastion of peaceful coexistence, the post annually traded over 25,000 buffalo robes and $100,000 in merchandise.
Address: 564 County Rd 37, Stanton, ND 58571, United States.
This is an archaeological site, established in 1974 where you can learn more about the history of agriculture and trading in this area and the area was occupied by Native Americans. The things you can explore here are scenic opportunities, kid�s camp, village tours, modern museum, visitor entre, etc.
Address: 704 1st Ave N, Fargo, ND 58102, United States.
This is the largest and most creative art museum in North Dakota. It has vast collections of regional contemporary artwork, contemporary Native American works, American modern art, folk, etc. This museum conducts special exhibition programs, classes, lectures, social events, etc.
Address: 2901 34th Ave S, Fargo, ND 58104, United States.
Devils Lake is the largest freshwater lake in North Dakota. The exciting things you can enjoy here are fishing, camping, boating, hunting, etc. The city got this name due to the lake. This place is also known as the� "Perch Capital of the World�. Ice fishing would be an upcoming gift for visitors very soon.
Address: 1800 N University Dr, Fargo, ND 58102, United States.
You can see here the World�s largest Buffalo monument in a hill in Jamestown with a height of 26 feet and 60-ton weight. Due to this monument, Jamestown is also known as �Buffalo city� popularly now. The sculpture was designed by Elmer Petersen and commissioned in 1959. Due to its popularity, Buffalo structure is known as �Dakota Thunder�.