Minot Charter Bus
This riverside city is located on the Souris River where the earliest settlements were situated around the river and slowly but surely a community grew from this humble settlement. The community was named after H.D. Minot, owner of the Great Northern Railroad.
Your Minot charter bus will take your group to lots of interesting places here in Minot. There are some fantastic art venues such as Northwest Art Center, Ward County Historical Village and Family History Center. Dakota Square Mall is a fun shopping excursion for your party bus group and there are landscapes and animals in their natural habitats on display at the Roosevelt Park and Zoo, Minot Railroad Museum features artifacts from the industry that built this town , and there is even a River Walk of Minot for your charter bus group to take in.
The Family History Center is a branch of the facility of the Family History Library in Salt Lake City which has one of the most awesome collections of geneological records in the United States. Your Minot charter bus will stop here so that the group members can spend time looking at the Center's records and seeing if anyone in your group can locate a relative they may have not known they had!
Railroad Museum of Minot is another interestng stop on Minot charter bus tour. It was opened to develop and preserve a historical collection of past railroad material that was used in the Minot area. Exhibits & special events like Displays of railroad artifacts, banquet train rides and a half scale one mile track are extremely interesting to your charter bus group.
Roosevelt Park and Zoo is an interesting stop especially for the younger members of the Minot charter bus group. Roosevelt Park is the city's largest park. Features include a zoo many with habitats built for several of the animals, a swimming pool, and a 2/5ths scale railroad your charter bus group can take a on around the park, in addition to gardens, walking paths, picnic shelters, tennis courts, and a band shell. The Minot charter bus group members should check out the sundial near the train station and the statue of Theodore Roosevelt in the southwest part of the park.
River walk of Minot is again a very relaxing and scenic stop for Minot charter bus. A 2.5 mile walking and biking trail along the Souris river, which is accessible from a number of Minot attractions including the Railroad Museum and Roosevelt Park will enthrall your charter bus group. There are numerous Kodak moments along the River Walk.
If your charter bus group happens to visiting Minot during the month of July, charter a stop by The North Dakota State Fair which is one of the biggest entertainment events of the year, bringing big name concerts, carnival rides, and fairway fare. The fair runs 9 days from the second-to-last Friday in July to the last Saturday in July. The Minot charter bus group tour group will enjoy a stop at this fair.
There are ample shopping opportunities in Minot. Souvenirs are available at the Airport and at the Visitor's Bureau office inside a very Scandinavian-looking building just off Broadway (you can't miss it). Some such places that Minot Charter Bus stops at are Downtown Minot with its large array of shops and Dakota Square Mall.
Downtown Minot, northeast of the intersection of Burdick Expressway and Broadway, has a number of small shops and restaurants, particularly along Main Street and Central Avenue. Dakota Square Mall, just off the US 2/52 bypasses on 16th Street SW. Anchor stores Target, Sears, Herbergers and JC Penney. Numerous specialty shops are there so your Minot charter bus group members can shop for great bargains here. The mall is in the middle of a shopping district that pretty much grew around it, including a supermarket and Wal-Mart.
Your Minot charter bus group members can find just about anything they want, need or collect. Town and Country Center, a strip mall located on Broadway. Much of it is office space but there is a drugstore, a variety store, and a travel agency. Arrowhead Mall, a strip mall on 16th Street SW quite a bit north of the mall. There's a drugstore, a supermarket, some restaurants, and some offices.
Food is pretty cheap in Minot and for the group members' Dakota Square Mall has very special stops where they can try the best food. The expenditure will be around $10 tops per person in most cases, maybe $20 at some of the nicer sit-down restaurants. At Dakota Square Mall, yur Minot charter bus group can eat on the run while they take in the great shopping available. This is truly a shop 'til you drop excursion!
Your Minot charter bus offers the group members to get a feel of everything Minot has to offer. When you charter a bus to see the city of your choice, you not only ride in comfort, your stops are planned and all your charter bus group has to do is have a great time!