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International Peace Garden

10939 Highway 281, Dunseith, ND 58329-9445
+1 701-263-4390
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Beautiful Quiet Gardens

The Peace Garden is a refreshing oasis of flowers and calm, representing the long peaceful history... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
JohntraveL2014
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Minnesota
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Promise of Peace

The International Peace Garden lies on the border of Boissevain, Manitoba, Canada and Dunseith... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
pskruse
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Fargo, North Dakota
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  • Average17%
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10939 Highway 281, Dunseith, ND 58329-9445
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The Peace Garden is a refreshing oasis of flowers and calm, representing the long peaceful history of the US-Canadian border, a nice break from wall-building political rhetoric. Each season has its own beauty, but remember that growing season comes later here, with the most spectacular...More

Thank JohntraveL2014
Reviewed 2 days ago

The International Peace Garden lies on the border of Boissevain, Manitoba, Canada and Dunseith, North Dakota, USA. Built on the 49th Parallel in the Turtle Mountains, it was dedicated in 1932 and celebrates the peaceful coexistence of Canada and the USA. Throughout the garden you...More

Thank pskruse
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

What a dump! I cannot believe the state this once fantastic attraction has deteriorated to. As an ex- Manitoban but still a proud Canadian I can't believe the lack of care and maintenance at this once beautiful attraction. Particularly in this our 150th birthday year....More

Thank kjtbc
Reviewed 1 week ago

Never knew that there were so many types of Cactus. Amazing. My sister had been there a couple months ago and her description did not do the Gardens justice. Flowers, plants, the Clock is growing in- they say it will be beautiful in a few...More

2  Thank Bob W
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I grew up in North Dakota, and if you are ever in the area, it's worth a visit. Unfortunately, there had been a severe drought over most of ND for the recent months, and parts of the Garden were struggling a bit. Also, the two...More

Thank Steven C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Terrific way to spend and afternoon. Lots to see and do. Give yourself plenty of time on the walking paths, indoor sites, gift store and driving attractions along the way. Don't forget your passport or government ID. Nice restaurant for sit down meal.

Thank Iotabecool
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Would have loved to see more flowers, and the Peace Garden in general could have been kept up better, but the sunken garden and Interpretive Centre were lovely.

Thank T5081KQbryanw
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We drove the 3hrs to go there and although we had a great time you can see the place is starting showing lack of care. Lots of flowers were missing or dead mind you it is a weird summer which is quite cold still for...More

Thank Wicca2010
Reviewed 21 June 2017

There was still quite a bit of planting going on (the famous clock had just been planted). Lots of areas were a bit overgrown. Stream between the US and Canada was empty. The interpretive center (succulents and cacti) was great and the young musicians there...More

Thank LifeAtlasTravel
Reviewed 20 June 2017

I was here as a child and remember only a small area. Now it has become a destination with several buildings including a chapel, tower, cafe, gift shop, interpretive center, museum, performing arts center and more. The gardens including the cacti and succulents in the...More

Thank Pip18Wisconsin
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Jennifer B
7 July 2017|
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Response from 738DavidD738 | Reviewed this property |
If she is a minor, some form of identification will be required - some proof of parentage. It may seem strange, but with the stories of child abductions it makes sense. You can get a certified copy of her birth certificate... More
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Maria R
14 June 2017|
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Response from 738DavidD738 | Reviewed this property |
I do everything with a passport. I cannot say for certain about the birth certificate. It seems reasonable that you can do so, since you can travel throughout the Caribbean with a BC... I assume it is Googleable.
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Bob W
21 May 2017|
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Response from 738DavidD738 | Reviewed this property |
We did not eat there. Looking at it kind of reminds me of the restaurant at Stonehenge (UK). Tried to leave you their web address, but Big Brother won't allow it. Go to the IPC website and look for the link.
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