• Fargo Air Museum
  • Anita Biel
  • Cowboy Hall of Fame display
  • Governor's Photo Contest Winner (2012) and Best of Show - Docked Riverboat at Sunset
  • Burning Hills Amphitheatre
  • Custer House
  • Motorcyclists at Knife River Indian Villages
  • Theodore Roosevelt Roughrider Hall of Fame at Capital
  • Fort Ransom State Historic Site
  • Newman Outdoor Field, home of Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks
  • North Dakota Heritage Center and State Museum
  • Fort Mandan
  • North Dakota Dinosaur Tour

Attractions

From legendary outdoor adventures to the bright lights and excitement of our casinos, there are a variety of things to see and do during your visit to North Dakota. Whether you’re searching for history, family fun, shopping, arts and culture or nightlife, you’ve come to the right place. Click here for more North Dakota Attractions.

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Events
Featured Events
  • Southcentral
    Southcentral
    Nov 16, 2016 - Apr 19, 2017
    Jamestown
    Enjoy creativity in a relaxed environment at The Arts Center with the Artful Happy Hour. Each...
  • Northeast
    Northeast
    Feb 23, 2017 - May 21, 2017
    Grand Forks
    In 1941, the U. S. Justice Department converted Fort Lincoln from a surplus military post into an...
  • Southcentral
    Southcentral
    Mar 31, 2017 - Mar 31, 2017
    Bismarck
    Dakota Digital Film Festival is dedicated to supporting the work of emerging and talented...
  • Southeast
    Southeast
    Mar 31, 2017 - Apr 02, 2017
    Fargo
    High-wire and trapeze acts, clowns, bears, elephants, cotton candy and much more at the Fargodome.  
Featured Listings
  • Southeast
    Southeast
    Fargo
    North Dakota's largest, highest quality and most dynamic art museum is in the heart of historic...
  • Northcentral
    Northcentral
    Washburn
    Exhibits at the Interpretive Center immerse you in the journey of the Lewis & Clark Expedition...
  • Northcentral
    Northcentral
    Minot
    Established in 1920, Roosevelt Park Zoo is home to more than 200 mammals, birds, and reptiles...
  • Southeast
    Southeast
    Valley City
    41 award-winning interpretive panels are spread over the 63-mile drive through the beautiful...
  • Southcentral
    Southcentral
    Jamestown
    Take a step back in time at this re-created prairie town. Original buildings from the frontier...
  • Northwest
    Northwest
    New Town
    Breathtaking view of Lake Sakakawea, Badlands bluffs and the foundations of the underwater town...
  • Southwest
    Southwest
    Beulah
    The largest individual wildlife collection in North Dakota includes approximately 175 animal...
  • Southcentral
    Southcentral
    Bismarck
    The Dakota Zoo is located on the east bank of the Missouri River in Bismarck. Home to more than...
  • Northcentral
    Northcentral
    St. Michael
    President Theodore Roosevelt designated this unique natural area in 1904 as "a big game preserve,...
  • Southcentral
    Southcentral
    Bismarck
    Oil portraits of recipients of state's highest honor, the Theodore Roosevelt Rough Rider Award,...
  • Northcentral
    Northcentral
    Fort Totten
    The Fort Totten State Historic Site got its start in 1867 when soldiers built a log structure...
  • Southeast
    Southeast
    Abercrombie
    Known historically as "the Gateway to the Dakotas," Fort Abercrombie was the first permanent...