The Top Ten North Dakota Attractions

North Dakota is the 3rd state that is the least populous and the 19th most extensive state. The two universities in North Dakota that's primary is located in Fargo and in Grand Forks. Here are the top ten North Dakota attractions.

10. Plains Art Museum

The Plains Art Museum is located in Fargo North Dakota. It's a fine arts museum with a mixture of traditional American Indian art and regional contemporary art.

9. Fort Abraham Lincoln

Fort Abraham Lincoln is located in Mandan North Dakota. It's a park and it's home to the On A Slant Indian Village, the Custer house and to the blockhouses. Back in 1907 President Theodore Roosevelt signed the deed to the land and making it Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park.

8. Chahinkapa Zoo

The Chahinkapa Zoo is located in Wahpeton North Dakota. It opened back in the year 1933 but the land was purchased in 1903. It has over 200 animals that range from Bengal Tigers to Gibbon apes. They also have the Prairie Rose Carousel and it has around 20 jumping horses plus it has two chariots.

7. Red River Zoo

The Red River Zoo is located in Fargo North Dakota. It has over 300 animals and that includes having red pandas. A carousel is also at the Red River Zoo. In the year 1995 the carousel was also restored fully.

6. Dakota Zoo

The Dakota Zoo is located in Bismarck North Dakota. It's the third zoo that is in North Dakota. Every year the zoo gets around 100,000 visitors. Some of the animals include miniature donkeys, Llama, mountain goats, spider monkey, squirrel monkeys and it also has a butterfly house and many other things.

5. Fargo Theatre

The Fargo Theatre is located in downtown Fargo North Dakota. The theatre was built back in the year 1926. You can find the Fargo Theatre listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

4. Alerus Center

Alerus Center is located in Grand Forks North Dakota. It's an indoor arena and it's also a convention center. The major tenant at the arena is the University of the North Dakota Fighting Sioux Football team. The Alerus Center also has many concerts, trade shows and sporting events that happens throughout the year.

3. Fargodome

Fargodome is located in Fargo North Dakota and it's an indoor athletic stadium. It was opened back in the year 1q992 and the City of Fargo owns the facility. Its home to the NDSU Bison Football team and they compete against the NCAA Division I. This stadium also has many trade shows, and events that happen throughout the year like the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus.

2. Theodore Roosevelt National Park

The Theodore Roosevelt National Park is located in Medora North Dakota. The park was named after U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt. It covers around 110 square miles. The park has many attractions but it's known for the wildlife viewing.

1. University of North Dakota

University of North Dakota is located in Grand Forks North Dakota. It's one of the largest and oldest universities that's in North Dakota and over 15,000 students enroll at the University of North Dakota.

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