North Dakota is located in the Midwest of the United States
and is known for the legends and adventures it once
harbored. The state's scenery is so beautiful that it
surprised former president Teddy Roosevelt, who built two
ranches there. In Medora, one of the most famous places in
North Dakota, visitors can stroll through the Painted
Canyon, where there are mountain peaks cut with unusual
shapes and colors.
Another place worth visiting is
the International Peace Garden, a garden right on the border
between the United States and Canada that symbolizes peace
between countries. The garden covers 930 hectares in the
Turtle Mountain region and has two ponds and trails for
walking and cycling.
North Dakota Attractions
Theodore Roosevelt National Park
The 26th President of the United States was very
environmentally conscious before taking office. He also
lived a long time as a cowboy in this region. This national
park is partly in the Badlands, the landscape with the
fascinating rock formations.
Here you can also find grassy areas where bison roam
peacefully. At various points there is an all-round view of
the Painted Canyon. The restored wooden hut where Roosevelt
once lived is now open to the public. It can be found in
This highway offers something special over a distance of
48 kilometers: an exhibition of large-format metal
sculptures that show, among other things, grasshoppers, fish
and other non-animal figures. The Enchanted Regent Hotel is
also a popular destination.
Fort Mandan Overlook State Historic Site
Fort Mandan commemorates the explorers Lewis and
Clark who set up their winter quarters here in Washburn and
met the Indian chief Sakakawea.
In order to get a better impression of the country and
its people, the two researchers put the results of their
observations on paper and handed them over to the government
when they returned from their trip.
The research work of these two intrepid researchers
contributed significantly to the later settlement of North
National Buffalo Museum
This museum, housed in a stylish wooden hut, shows the
history of the Great Plains. This wooden hut can be found in
the Frontier Village in Jamestown. It is a restored 19th
century village that shows the everyday life of the Great
Plains residents at the time.
The bison and the prairie Indians are also considered in
the exhibition. A herd of buffalo grazes here, the star
among these large animals is an extraordinary white buffalo.
North Dakota Heritage Center & State Museum
If you want to find out more about the history of the
creation of North Dakota, you should visit this museum in
Bismarck. It shows the history of the state over an
incredible span of 600 million years.
In addition to the large exhibition with thousands of
exhibits, there is an amphitheater where events are held
Plains Art Museum
Anyone interested in the history of the North Dakota
Indians is in the right place at the Plains Art Museum in
Fargo. This art museum exhibits native art from the region
and across the country.
Graham's Island State Park
This park is located on the largest lake in North Dakota,
Devils Lake. This offers excellent fishing and swimming
opportunities as well as water sports activities.
International Peace Garden and Mystical Horizons
This colorfully planted park recognizes the peaceful
relationship between the United States and Canada. The flags
of the two states are made of flowers. There is also a
flower clock and a tower with a good view of the park.