Day Trip for Teenage Children Itinerary

We all know teenagers don’t love to get up early, so maybe a caramel roll big enough to curbed any sweet tooth will help! Charlie’s Main Street cafe is the oldest restaurant in Minot, with years experience their food goes to show. Famous for many things, but especially their plate size, big enough to fill every teenagers growing self.

 

Get the kids moving with a walk in the Scandinavian Heritage park, the only outdoor museum in the world that features all five Nordic countries: Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. Right in the park is our Visitors Center, every teenager loves to find a trinket to take back and show their friends. Icelandic chocolate seems to be a popular choice as well, who doesn’t love chocolate?

Back at it again with the bottomless stomachs, teenagers will love Magic City Hoagies. They offer hoagie style subs packed with quality fresh cut deli meats, cheese, crunchy veggie inside a freshly baked crusty, but chewy roll. An option the kids love and the parents can trust is a healthy meal, the best of both worlds.

 

Cool off at the Roosevelt Park Pool, featuring a waterslide, wading pool and a recently finished expansion of the locker room facilities. Parents can relax and enjoy soaking up some sun while the teens can run out all that energy, the perfect way to spend a sunny afternoon.

 

Time to eat again the teens say! Starving Rooster is the perfect place for a family dinner. Wood-fired pizzas of all sorts and specialty cocktails for the adults after a long day. The Starving Rooster is a brick walled spaced with decor and furniture built from reclaimed wood, a fun atmosphere for everyone.

Teens love late night fun! Head over the The Escape Point, a live-action escape game where players are locked in a room and must solve a series of puzzles and clues to escape. Call ahead to reserve a time.

 

Itinerary Snapshot

9:00 AM – Breakfast at Charlie’s Main Street Cafe

• Minot’s oldest restaurant.

10:30 AM – Scandinavian Heritage Park

• Take a walk through the only outdoor museum in the world that features all five Nordic countries: Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden, and stop in the Visitor’s Center gift shop.

12:30 PM – Lunch at Magic City Hoagies

• Hoagie style subs packed with quality fresh cut deli meats, cheese, and crunchy veggies inside a freshly baked crusty, but chewy roll.

2:00 PM – Roosevelt Pool

• The Roosevelt Park Pool is one the best places to cool off and have fun in Minot. The pool features a waterslide, a wading pool, and a recently finished expansion of the locker room facilities.

5:00 PM – The Starving Rooster

• Wood-fired pizza & panini served with beer & cocktails in a brick-walled space with reclaimed wood.

7:00 PM – The Escape Point

• A live-action adventure game where players are locked in a room and must solve a series of puzzles and clues to escape. Call ahead to reserve a time.

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