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Located on the campus of the University of North Dakota, the North Dakota Museum of Art (NDMOA) became the State’s official art museum in 1981 and is now a highlight attraction of Grand Forks. This private not-for-profit institution holds three exhibition galleries, a video room, a restaurant, and a gift shop so you can take a piece of this grand location home with you. The museum has a wide collection of regional, national, and international art and regularly rotates out artifacts to promote the history of the area. Some of the many popular exhibits in the past include Lewis and Clark: Rivers, Edens, Empires and The Plains of Sweet Regret.
Take in the Fresh Air
Founded in 1905, the Grand Forks Park District is a government agency that maintains several neighborhood parks, recreation courts, and swimming pools. Grand Forks has a plethora of public spaces and recreational activities for residents and visitors to explore, including playgrounds, soccer fields, basketball courts, picnic areas, baseball fields, outdoor skating rinks, indoor ice arenas, and even fitness clubs. Grand Forks is city that greatly emphasizes the importance of community areas and recreation and Kelly Park, Riverside Park, University Park, Lincoln Golf Course, and Lion’s Park are just a few of the many areas in Grand Forks where people can enjoy public outdoor space and engage in recreational fun.