AT THE GARDENS
EMBRACE A PEACEFUL WINTER
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The indoor facilities are closed, however the bathrooms in the north terrace building are open to the public.
WELCOME TO THE INTERNATIONAL PEACE GARDEN
Nestled in the Turtle Mountains is a garden. A celebration of peace, a living monument to the ideals of friendship and cooperation among nations. Acres of uninterrupted prairie, forests and radiant floral gardens are defined by nature, not borders.
There is always something happening at the Peace Garden.
Check out our list of upcoming events and plan your travel around one of the fun and educational times at the Peace Garden.
NOTICE TO VISITORS
The Cacti & Succulent Display within the Conservatory are closed to the public.
We are nearing completion of the construction and expansion! The official grand re-opening of the Cacti and Succulent display will be on Saturday December 9th in conjunction with our Santa at the Garden day! Visit our Facebook and Instagram pages for updates on this project.
The Garden is open 8am to 8pm daily. Bathrooms at the North Terrace Building (No. 5 on our map) are available during Garden hours. Bathrooms in the Conservatory (No. 7 on our map) are available from 10AM – 4PM.
The Gift Shop is closed for the season. The Peace Garden Café is closed for the season.
Daily admission is $25 per vehicle. Annual membership is $40 (good for 12 months).
You may purchase your day pay or annual memberships online, pay at the gate, or stop in the admin office.
Join the Worker Bees
Volunteer at the International Peace Garden
We are looking for Worker Bees of all ages and abilities as our volunteer opportunities are wide-ranging and accomodating for all. We ask that kids under the age of 16 be accompanied by a parent or adult. We also have opportunities for group workdays and individual hours of service every day of the week. Worker Bees that contribute 6 or more hours of service are also eligible for additional incentives!
The Peace Gardens is located approximately 20 miles North of Dunseith, ND on the United States side, and approximately 28 kilometers South of Boissevian, MB, Canada.