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Eastwood Park National Historic District


category : Historic Districts
The development of Eastwood Park began in 1906 and by the mid 1920's it was home to many of Minot's founding families, an Orthodox Church and synagogue. Architectural styles represented in the area include Princess Anne, English Tudor, and Craftsman Style bungalows. A walk through Eastwood Park, from the Central Avenue Bridge, west to Roosevelt Park, is a walk through a piece of history preserved for the future.


Address: Eastwood Park
Phone: 701-852-5684

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Dakota Territory Air Museum

Museum tells and shows rich and varied story of region's aviation industry. The museum displays military and civilian aircraft dating from 1928

Minot, ND Museums

Minot Air Force Base

The 5th Bomb Wing Public Affairs Office conducts tours for groups of 10 to 45 people. At least four weeks advance notice is required on all tours. "Drop In"

Minot, ND Tours



Things to do Historic Districts near Minot, ND

Eastwood Park National Historic District

The development of Eastwood Park began in 1906 and by the mid 1920's it was home to many of Minot's founding families, an Ort...