Rugged, often barren but always dramatic, North Dakota's badlands won over President Roosevelt in the late 19th century and continue to woo nature enthusiasts now as part of Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
Housed in the Ann Nicole Nelson Hall on the Minot State University campus, year-round concerts featuring the best of classical and pops music is sure to entertain. The symphony is regularly attended, making Minot the smallest city in the nation to support a full-sized orchestra.
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