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5 Great Places to Go in Minot, North Dakota

Highlights of this city in north-central North Dakota include the Scandinavian Heritage Park, a Scandinavian festival and a gracious B&B.
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1 Sweet and Flour Patisserie An old warehouse found new life as a classy destination for coffee, sandwiches and French-inspired breads and pastries. Try the melty smoked Gouda and spinach croissant. (701) 240-3664

2  Scandinavian Heritage Park A Danish windmill, Hans Christian Andersen statue, Finnish sauna and 30-foot Swedish Dala horse nod to old-country culture. (701) 852-9161; scandinavianheritage.org

3 Dakotah Rose B&B This inn has gracious hospitality, cozy rooms and Tiffany stained-glass windows. Oven-baked peach French toast following heart-shape whole wheat scones seals the deal. From $63. (701) 838-3548; dakotahrose.com

4 10 North Main Entrees get fancy. Try the Tasmanian salmon, smoked duck or prime rib. Finish with the crème brûlée. (701) 837-1010; 10northmain.com

5 Norsk Høstfest Top-quality, handcrafted merchandise and traveling shows (a previous favorite was an ABBA tribute) create a one-of-a-kind Scandinavian experience each fall (September 29 to October 3, 2015). (701) 852-2368; hostfest.com

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