One of the state’s top attractions is dropping its entry fee for a couple of days this week.
The International Peace Garden is offering free admission Thursday and Friday to celebrate National Public Gardens Week.
The Peace Garden sits on the US/Canada border between North Dakota and Manitoba, just north of Dunseith.
The annual flowers and plants are not yet in the ground – that’s because of the chance of frost over the next couple of weeks.
But many perennials are flowering now – and the conservatory is open with its amazing collection of cactus.
(Tim Chapman, International Peace Garden CEO) “The conservatory and just all the trees greening up right now. It’ll be a couple of weeks before you see a lot of plants actually in the ground but the trees are taking off, the birds are back, it’s really just a great place to take a stroll.”
Free admission at the International Peace Garden is this Thursday and Friday.