Planning a Charter Bus Rental in Grand Forks, North Dakota?
Grand Forks Charter Bus
Grand Forks is waiting to show your charter bus group a great time.
This place is very popular for its history and its art. As of 2003, the population was 7,958. The community was named for its location at the confluence of the Red River and the Red Lake River.
For nature lovers in the charter bus group, Grand Forks charter bus will take them around the Grand Forks area where they can revel in the hiking trails, fishing lakes and rivers in the area, while history buffs in your charter bus group can appreciate the museums and heritage centers reflecting the city's interesting and diverse past.
Your Grand Forks charter bus takes your charter bus group through the Doukhobor tradition that shapes Grand Forks' past as you visit the many reminders of their legacy. The Doukhobor Museum and the Boundary Museum both of which can be specially included in your Grand Forks charter bus itinerary, display exhibits honoring their lifestyle, while the hearty Russian cuisine remains the town specialty. No trip to Grand Forks of the Grand Forks Charter Bus would be complete without a bowl of borscht and a thick slice of homemade bread!
Grand Forks charter bus can stop by the Myra Museum .The Myra Museum was constructed in 1977 for the Grand Forks County Historical Society with funds from the Myra Foundation. Its architecture reflects the Gothic Revival style of the Campbell House. The charter bus group will find plenty of interesting displays here. Within the Myra Museum, one will find exhibits representing a wide variety of Grand Forks' history from the Ice Age to the settlement period and local trends in popular culture, all in one spot!
The Grand Forks charter bus group members will find this stop very informative and extremely interesting as this happens to be the largest museum. The North Dakota Museum of Art is the official art museum of the State of North Dakota. It is a private not-for-profit institution managed by its own Board of Trustees. The Museum Cafe and Coffee Shop, located in the lower level of the Museum, serves a full luncheon menu. The Grand Forks charter bus members can have a great meal here. The Museum Cafe and Coffee Shop is easily accessible for a relaxing lunch or coffee break from anywhere on campus.
There is a popular market place that your Grand Forks charter bus has included among its stops. Home to the popular Farmer's Market held each Saturday, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. during the summer months. Each winter the square is flooded to form a skating rink.
The group members of Grand Forks charter bus can tour the historic Empire Theater and see the current exhibits on display. Visit one of their art galleries such as Browning Arts, Arts Place, or Caulfield Studio Gallery and enjoy the great woks on display. This stop is included especially for the art lovers in the Grand Forks charter bus group. As you walk around downtown, check out the statues and parks, including the '97 Flood Memorial statue.
Big Rock Candy, Mountain Collect beautiful crystals amid mountain scenery at the heritage property above the Granby is another wonderful stop for the Grand Forks charter bus. Their fabulous fluorite, beautiful barite, and quartz geodes have been waiting 45 million years for your visit. The charter bus group will like this place and can spend some time here.
The sports lovers in the Grand Forks charter bus group can start their day with a round of golf at King's Walk, the 18-hole Arnold Palmer signature course.
The Grand Forks charter bus group members can also enjoy lunch at Eagles Crest Bar and Grill located in the Club House.
After lunch, the Grand Forks charter bus group members may stop at Cabela's, the world's foremost outfitter. Located in downtown East Grand Forks, it is a 60,000 square-foot store featuring hunting, fishing, equipment and outdoor gear.
The adventurous among the Grand Forks charter bus group can test their climbing skills on the Rock Wall at the Grand Cities Mall. Tour the Ralph Engelstad Arena - a $100-million hockey facility considered to be one of the finest in the world will delight charter bus group members.
An evening in Grand Forks is equally interesting for your charter bus gang as they get to attend an evening sporting event-a hockey or football game or the races at the River Cities Speedway. The Grand Forks charter bus brings its group members to Janna's, famous for its wraps, roast beef, chicken, fries, ham and coffee . Dairy Queen is another place the charter bus members can stop by and have a little fast food.
Come see Grand Forks on your next group outing, you'll be so glad you did!