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Find an adventurous, pioneering spirit alive and well in Fargo with a surprising array of cultural influences, attractions, and activities far beyond what is characteristic for a city its size.

Fargo-Moorhead, North Dakota’s largest metro, is home to golf courses, unique shopping, cultural and artistic events, and concerts. Culture aficionados cherish its museums and theaters. The vibrant downtown offers unique lodging, eating establishments, and entertainment venues.

The museum of the Cass County Historical Society is made up of forty buildings on 12 acres, many of them historical and from the region. These buildings have been moved to the museum grounds and now form a village setting. Most of the buildings have a unique theme. Displays include a prairie church, a general store, a drug store, a fire station, Fargo’s first house, and a schoolhouse. Several newer buildings have been constructed on the grounds, including an aircraft museum and an automobile museum.

Address: 1351 Main Ave W, West Fargo, ND 58078

An aviation-related museum in Fargo, North Dakota. It is located at Hector International Airport in the northern part of the city. The museum includes many historic aircraft, of which 90% are in flying condition.

Address: 1609 19th Ave N, Fargo, ND 58102

Built in 1926 as a cinema and vaudeville theatre, the beautifully restored Fargo Theatre now serves as an art house theatre featuring independent and foreign films. The Theatre is Fargo’s hottest downtown venue for concerts and other live events.

The Fargo Theatre is a non-profit organization placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior.

Address: 314 Broadway N, Fargo, ND 58102

Our Visitors Center is anything but typical: They are in a grain elevator located at Exit 348 just off Interstate 94. Their building pays homage to our agricultural roots, and once inside, you’ll find information, maps, brochures, and a gift shop. If you’re marking ND off as your 50th state, stop in to get your t-shirt!

Address: 2001 44th St S, Fargo, ND 58103

Hjemkomst Center first opened in 1985 and serves as a home to Hjemkomst Viking Ship, Hopperstad Stave Church replica, quarterly museum exhibits and county archives.

Address: 202 1st Ave N, Moorhead, MN 56560

The largest art museum in North Dakota, located in a renovated historic warehouse in downtown Fargo only 2 blocks from the Hotel Donaldson, features exhibitions of 20th and 21st-century art.

Address: 704 1st Ave N, Fargo, ND 58102

The Red River Zoo is a non-profit organization specializing in the care and breeding of some of the world’s rarest cold climate species.

Address: 4255 23rd Ave S, Fargo, ND 58104

The Rourke Art Gallery & Museum in Fargo’s sister city of Moorhead, Minnesota, is the oldest art museum in the area and one of Fargo-Moorhead’s top attractions.
Located inside a renovated post office building from 1915, this free art museum’s permanent collection has over 5,000 local, regional, and national works on display.

Address: 521 Main Ave, Moorhead, MN 56560

Stabo Scandinavian Imports is your source for your favorite items from Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Finland.”

A modern handmade gift shop that connects you to over 200 local and regional makers.

Zandbroz is built on creativity and believing that retail should indulge all the senses. They are sustained by curiosity and community. They endure as we evolve. They don’t cater to the masses or give too much credit to the latest trends. Instead, they empower individuality and embrace what could be.”