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Commemorating the floods of 1997, the Flood Memorial Monument is a reminder of the tragic past. Located by the Red River and close to historic downtown of the city, the monument is made of twelve towering plaques listing the details of the catastrophe chronologically. The serene environs add a somber charm to the monument.
A refurbished gymnasium, the North Dakota Museum of Art is one of the few cultural spaces in the Great Plains which strives to preserve and present art to the people. Designed by Harvey Harshour, this 16,000 square foot venue as been gloriously designed with natural skylights and shaded windows. Stop by at their cafe to sample some of the delicious soups and sandwiches. Free Wifi is available for the researchers and students.
The Prime Steel Park is where you can find the locals dropping by for a serene picnic lunch as there are several tables that have been laid out for the same. You can also get your kids here for a fun time as there is a vast and engaging play area reserved for them.