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After dropping off my niece at the International Music Camp located there my husband & teenaged son walked through the main gardens. The flowers were beautifully kept. There are many fountains and walkways to walk through and discover. This is a beautiful setting for weddings or senior pictures! The cactus display was really interesting as these plants are not common... 更多
Really enjoyed touring the sunken gardens with numerous perennial flowers and annuals in full bloom, the 75,000 trees, shrubs and perennials on the grounds but especially enjoyed touring the fantastic cactus garden with its 6500 uniquely different succulents. Absolutely stunning comprehensive display Moving memorial to 9-11 on the grounds. Sad to hear that the two towers on the premises will... 更多
Arrived during the raining season, BUT this did not hinder our experience as the mornings were usually dry. Lots to enjoy so take your time.
We really had no excuse for deciding to cross back into the US in North Dakota, but if you're in Canada and you live in the US, you have cross somewhere. So in the middle of absolutely nowhere we stopped at the International Peace Garden, a 3.5 square mile park between the US and Canada. We were a little surprised... 更多
Stopped here for a picnic lunch while on a road trip. We weren't aware that there was an entry fee. (~$15) Because we only planned on being there long enough to make and eat sandwiches from our ice chest it wasn't worth it. If we spent the day, or at least a few hours, it would have been okay. There... 更多
Quite a ride from where we live, but it was just as described. Clear view of our Northern border, beautiful landscaping, ponds, interesting buildings and exhibits. Will go back one day.
The International Peace Gardens are a not-for-profit organization located on the border between North Dakota & Manitoba. One must keep in mind when planning to visit the Peace Gardens that they are located very far north and things will not be in full bloom until later in the season. The website states the end of July and all of August... 更多
The International Peace Gardens is designed similar to the National Mall in Washington, for this reason I found if interesting. It was early in the season (June 19) and the flowers weren't very colorful and there were plenty of weeds. I would recommend the cactus garden (very interesting) and reading the noteable quotes in the Peace Chapel. It's worth taking... 更多
Everything online portrayed this as a beautiful garden. The only flowers I saw was the hanging basket by the entrance building.The Peace Tower is crumbling and most likely will be taken down the end of this year. $15 to get in and $30 to camp overnight. Quiet but not really worth the $45 we spent. Save your money.
The grounds have are well laid out and it is probably very beautiful when the annuals are all planted but there was nothing much planted at the end of May and the fountains were not running. There are a couple of year round exhibits including a conservatory for cacti and succulents (beautiful) and a monument to 9-11 including a section... 更多