Minot, North Dakota, is located in the Northern United States, about 50 miles south of the Canadian border. With a vivid bar scene, Minot has several taverns downtown on 1st, 6th and 10th Streets. There are also plenty of places for families to visit, including the 11th & 11th Park. The 62 Doors Gallery & Studios, Arlene Theater, and Corbett Field are all family-friendly entertainment options as well.
Minot International Airport (MOT) is one of the primary ways visitors and residents travel in and out of Minot, North Dakota. The city also has Amtrak service, Minot City Bus service, Greyhound Bus service and Northland Bus service, so traveling around downtown Minot is no problem. Downtown Minot, Bel Air and Eastwood Park are the most popular neighborhoods for visitors because of the proximity to transportation, hotels, shopping, dining and entertainment.
Minot has a vibrant nightlife and a diverse culture overall. Residents and visitors enjoy attending the North Dakota State Fair held every July. Famous groups like John Mellencamp, Florida Georgia Line, and the Charlie Daniels Band are headliners every night. The cuisine choices are just as diverse as the culture in Minot; with classic American restaurants that serve everything from fish to BBQ Ribs, and Italian diners that offer classic pasta dishes like ravioli.
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