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Visit art galleries or the studios of local artists. See historic trains and aircraft in enthralling museums. Take in the symphony, stage productions, concerts or a night on the town.
One trip to North Dakota and you'll understand why it's known as the friendliest and safest state to visit.
Dakota is derived from the Sioux Indian word for "friend."
Where the Red River intersects the communities of Fargo, Moorhead and West Fargo. Expect an upscale, metropolitan adventure hone with a profound sense of history.
A casino and lodge near Fort Yates, on the Standing Rock Indian Reservation. Offers high stakes gaming options, slot machines, blackjack, craps and more.
Home to a great mix of sports events, a vibrant arts scene, miles of biking, hiking and inline skating trails and other recreation, plus a revitalized downtown.
From 1828-1867 the Fort was the most important post on the Upper Missouri - trading cloth, guns, blanket and beads for buffalo robes and furs. Located in Williston.
Newly-remodeled with state-of-the-art interactive exhibits and a new collection of artifacts, a new exhibit honoring North Dakota's family farms, and much more.
This professionally produced, high energy, western style musical is proudly dedicated to the legacy of Theodore Roosevelt, and the time he spent here in North Dakota’s Badlands.
Fargo (North Dakota) - Moorhead (Minnesota) is a lively, cultural community that boasts a pleasant variety of things to do and places to see.
Dakota Thunder, the World's Largest Buffalo Monument, has stood watching over Jamestown, North Dakota for more than 50 years.