If you never thought anything of Hockey, like me, wait to you come here, where Hockey is life. I was near UND. I saw the match between Boston and UND and then the rematch a year later on TV. What can I say. I was actually fixated to the TV and it was a sports game, and not Susan Lucci (who I found out, is oddly the daughter of Phyllis Dyller. Shocking, I know).
In training season, they do free games.
North Dakota Museum of Art & Cafe
This museum is a virtually undiscovered and not very well publicized, but proves to be a nice little touch of culture in a town where such opportunities are few and far between. There doesn’t seem to be a very large collection of art here, but instead, the museum specializes in touring exhibitions. The museum’s small size is an advantage rather than a liability, as an hour or so is sufficient to take a leisurely, thoughtful look at all of the works. Make sure you visit the Café as part of your visit – its bistro style is like nothing you’ll see in the area.
- Arts and Culture
- Museum Visits
Getting your bearings...
The Greater Grand Forks Convention & Visitors Bureau is a great place to start your visit they offer a good one-page map of the surrounding area, which is the only one I use. The visitor center itself also has information about the 1997 flood including photos of the devastation.