Interstate 29 Tour

Take a memorable journey through the agricultural heart and urban soul of North Dakota.

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Dakota Magic Casino and Dakota Winds Golf Course

Full-service casino, concerts and food. Need a break from gaming? Test your golfing skills on the 27-hole course.

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2
Chahinkapa Zoo

Orangutan habitat, tigers, bears, working carousel and 300 zoo classes.

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3
Bagg Bonanza Farm

The only restored bonanza farm in the U.S. has 17 buildings open to tours.

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4
Fort Abercrombie State Historic Site

First U.S. military fort that protected the oxcart trails, supply wagon trains, stagecoaches and steamboat traffic on the Red River.   

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Fargo Air Museum

Static displays? Yes and no. The majority of the aircrafts here can and do fly.

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Rooftop dining at Rhombus Guys in Grand Forks 6
Rhombus Guys

No ordinary pizza place has names like “T-Rex” or “Backpacker.” Build your own with unique sauces and fresh ingredients or order a local favorite.   

Fargo and Grand Forks, ND
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Red River Zoo

Exotic and endangered species live here.

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8
Traill County Museum

Complex is a tribute to the area's pioneers.   

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9
Carl Ben Eielson Home

Home of the famed aviator who was the first to fly over the Arctic Ocean from Alaska to Norway.  

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10
Red Pepper

A town favorite since 1961 and home of the “Grinder.”

Grand Forks, ND
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King's Walk Golf Course

Arnold Palmer designed and walked this links style course. 

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12
Turtle River State Park

A serene wooded area with a river, trails and cabins; everything you could want for a weekend out of the city.

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Icelandic State Park

Offers visitors a wide array of recreational opportunities, glimpses of North Dakota’s homesteading heritage and its natural beauty. 

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Pembina State Museum

See Canada from the top of the 7-story viewing tower. The gallery details ancient life in the Red River Valley.

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