Bismarck, ND -- Who are the road warriors of leisure travel? Those looking to learn something. Cultural and heritage tourism generally refers to people looking to experience stories of the past and present. According to the US Travel Association, these travelers make up more than two-thirds of all leisure travelers, spend more than other leisure travelers and travel more frequently. North Dakota’s south-central region, including our capital city, Bismarck, is full of sites, legends and activities that take travelers back in time to understand and experience history of our land.
Love is in the air in February, and whether it’s romantic love, the love of your family or loving your favorite activity, there are lots of ways to celebrate that love in North Dakota.
February is the shortest month of the year, so we have to pack in as much as we can to make the most of it. From east to west and towns in between, there is no shortage of indoor and outdoor entertainment this February. For details on these or other events, go to NDtourism.com or call 800-435-5663 or 701-328-2525.
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