Scandinavian Heritage Park, Minot
Categories: Nature & Parks
Scandinavian Heritage Park is a park located in the Upper Brooklyn neighborhood of Minot, North Dakota. Scandinavian Heritage Park features remembrances and replicas from each of the Scandinavian countries: Sweden, Norway and Denmark, as well as Finland and Iceland. The park was established during 1988 to celebrate and preserve Scandinavian heritage. The first building was dedicated October 9, 1990.It is believed to be the only park in the world representing all five Nordic countries. The park is supported by the Scandinavian Heritage Association and Norsk Høstfest, both of which have offices at the park. The park is also home to the annual Integrity Jazz Festival held in June.For travelers who use our custom trip planner, Minot holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Scandinavian Heritage Park and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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Not sure if the buildings were closed to visitors because of the time of year and was disappointed we couldn't check them out. Went into the visitor center and was not greeted by anyone.
Stopped at the Scandinavian Heritage Park on Sunday after Hostfest. The visitor center and sauna were not opened, but we were able to walk around the grounds and visit the Stave Church, giant Dalahast... read more »
This park is located in the heart of Minot and readily accessible from the highways. Well done and a pleasant way to spend an hour or so.
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