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Minneapolis Brewery Tour
"Join up with other craft beer lovers for an all-inclusive craft beer tasting tour. This is the most popular tour option and is a great way to learn more about Minneapolis taste great local craft beers and experience Minnesota’s unique craft beer culture. At each brewery stop there will be an opportunity to taste flagship beers as well as some new craft beer creations and seasonal specials. The tasting tour includes: Tasting a variety of best local craft beers (as much or as little as your palate craves) Safe and hassle-free pick-up and drop-off Friendly tasting tour guide Super spicy pretzels to munch on (trust us you’ll need them) A cooler for those who purchase growlers at the breweries and want to keep them cold Depending on what day you want to explore
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Deadwood and Sturgis Nightlife Tour
"Take a luxurious limousine out for an evening visit to the home of old west historic Deadwood. Followed by dinner and shopping in the town synonymous with the motorcycling capital of the world Sturgis South Dakota.Your private tour starts with a luxury limousine picking you up at 4:00pm in Rapid City where you will immediately start your scenic drive to the historic city of Deadwood. Upon arrival in Deadwood you will visit the Days of bars unique shops and sweets stores. At 8:30pm your private tour will head to the famed city of Sturgis which is home of the world's largest biker event held every August and attended by bike enthusiasts from all over the world. Your first stop will be the Knuckle Saloon and Brewery for dinner and afterwards you will have the opportunity to stroll through
From $150.00
 
The Big Ticket Adventure Pass: Minneapolis - Bloomington - St Paul - Mall of America Attractions
"Once you purchase the pass a representative from the Bloomington CVB will follow up with an email with directions on how to obtain your mobile pass using a promo code on their website. Once you exchange the promo code for your passes an email and text will be sent to you immediately. The pass holder simply needs to present their e-ticket (displayed on their phone) to the attractions attendant or if the ticket was printed out show your print at home ticket to the attraction attendant. Once your attraction pass has been acknowledged at the first attraction you will have three days (NOTE: three days does not necessarily mean 72 hours) including that day to visit the six attractions. Each attraction can only be visited once within the three days."""
From $89.00

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We Can Feed the Animals?

I took my kids to the Minot Roosevelt Park Zoo to see the animals. They loved it. There were little stands where you could put your money in and get a handful of food and feed the animals. There was...
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Medora, North Dakota

Medora is one of my favorite places in all of North Dakota. I really enjoyed my visit here! Medora is right by the entrance to the South Unit of Theodore Roosevelt National Park (the best of the three...
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Watford City, North Dakota

Watford City is a town of just over 1700 located in Western North Dakota not too far from the Montana border. Watford City was founded in 1914 and is the county seat for McKenzie County; but I did not...
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Portland, North Dakota

Portland is a small town with about 600 residents located in East Central North Dakota. The town was founded in 1882 and has a small but nice historic district with a few buildings of historic and/or...
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Lisbon, North Dakota

Lisbon is the county seat of Ransom County and has a population of slightly over 2000. Lisbon and Ransom County are in the southeast corner of the state. Lisbon was founded in 1880 by Joesph L....
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Larimore, North Dakota

Larimore is a small town with about 1300 residents and falling. It is located in East Central North Dakota just down US Highway 2 from Grand Forks. The most interesting thing in town to me was the...
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Killdeer, North Dakota

Killdeer is a fairly small town of about 750 located in West Central North Dakota. The town was established in 1914 at the end of a branch of the North Pacific Rail Line. The town catered to area...
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Kathryn, North Dakota

Kathryn is a very small town on the prairie that was settled in the 1870s but did not really prosper until the railroad came through in 1900 and the town installed a grain elevator. Population as of...
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Hatton, North Dakota

Hatton is a fairly small town of 777 residents located in extreme eastern North Dakota. Hatton was founded in 1884. The Hatton Carl Ben Eielson Museum is located in the childhood home of Polar Aviator...
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Fort Ransom, North Dakota

Fort Ranson is a tiny town with under 100 residents but an interesting history. There are lots of historical sites, to include Fort Ransom State Park, Fort Ransom State Historic Site, T. J. Walker...
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Forman, North Dakota

Forman is a nice small town, founded in 1883, with just over 500 residents located in Southeast North Dakota near the border with South Dakota. Forman is the county seat of Sargent County. The...
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Fort Ransom State Park

Several of the state historic sites in North Dakota are nothing more than that, a location with a sign and maybe a few gravestones. This, however is a state PARK. There is a lot more to do here. Start...
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Dickinson, North Dakota

Dickinson is a nice sized town of over 17,700 located on Interstate 94 in Southwest North Dakota near the borders with South Dakota and Montana. It is the county seat of Stark County, and was named...
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Casselton, North Dakota

Casselton is a nice town of almost 2300 residents. It is located in southeast North Dakota, just off Interstate 94 and just west of Fargo. Casselton was named for a railroad executive, George Cass,...
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Top Hotels in North Dakota

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201 North Fifth Street, Fargo, North Dakota, 58102-4827, United States
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North Unit Campground, Theodore Roosevelt National Memorial Park
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1440 Mapleton Avenue, (opening March 10, 2008), Bismarck, North Dakota, 58501, United States
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4301 Dartmouth Drive, Grand Forks, North Dakota, 58203, United States
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1510 26th Avenue Southwest, Minot, North Dakota, 58701, United States
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532 15th Street West, Dickinson, North Dakota, 58601, United States
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