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Fargo Attractions

Welcome to Fargo, North Dakota

Fargo/Moorhead is the largest metropolitan area between Minneapolis, Minnesota and Spokane, Washington. Recently, in several magazines, Fargo/Moorhead has been named one of the most stress free and healthy metropolitan areas in America with low unemployment and crime rates, as well as a thriving economy. Fargo/Moorhead is a city that is vigorous, and full of life, in the midst of prosperous and abundant farmland. Here are just a few of the fun and interesting things to do and see in the Fargo-Moorhead area.


1800 University Drive
Fargo, ND 58102
(701) 241-9100


Home of the NDSU Bison Football! The FARGODOME is the largest contiguous exhibit hall space in North Dakota, hosting top-name concerts, ice shows, festivals, rodeos, trade shows, craft shows, circuses and fairs, football and basketball games, other sporting events and much more.


Scheels Arena
5225 31ST Ave. S.
Fargo, ND 58104
(701) 356-7656


Home of the USHL Fargo Force. Scheels Arena is a 5,000 seat multi-purpose venue in southwest Fargo. Primarily used as a hockey rink, Scheels Arena has the versatility to play host to a variety of sports and other events such as concerts, trade shows, speaking engagements and more!


Newman Outdoor Field
1515 15th Ave. N.
Fargo, ND 58102
(701) 235-6161


A baseball stadium located on the campus of North Dakota State University and is the home of the independent American Association’s Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks and the North Dakota State Bison baseball team. The 4,513-seat facility was known as “The Nest. A great place to spend the day.


Sanford Medical Center
5225 23rd Ave S.
Fargo, ND 58104
(701) 417-2000


Sanford Roger Maris Cancer Center
8204th St. N
Fargo, ND 58102
(701) 234-6161


The region’s only Level I Adult Trauma Center between Minneapolis and Seattle, Denver and Omaha. In addition to Level II Pediatric Trauma Center and an emergency air transport service covering a three-state area and the only comprehensive stroke center in the state of North Dakota. At Roger Maris, you’ll receive a full range of coordinated care from diagnosis and treatment. They have been recognized as one of the top cancer centers in the country.


Essentia Hospital
3000 32nd Ave S.
Fargo, ND 58103
(701) 364-8000


A full-service regional medical center that has a community feel with 10 newborn intensive care beds, a birthing center, and 24-hour emergency room. We’re also a Level II Trauma Center and Comprehensive Stroke Center with life-saving teams here for you.


Bergstrom Eye and Laser Clinic
2601 S. University Dr.
Fargo, ND 5813
(701) 235-5200


Eye care processional specializing in Lasik and toher treatments. Our mission is to adhere to a teamwork model that fosters creativity and provides the highest level of ethical standards and quality results to patients and customers in a timely and efficient manner.


The Children’s Museum At Yunker Farm
1201 28th Avenue North
Fargo, ND 58102
(701) 232-6102


The Children’s Museum offers hands-on discovery for the entire family. The museum is home to more than 50 exhibits, including a children’s railroad, mini golf and carousel, providing a fun and enjoyable family experience.


Plains Art Museum
704 1st Ave.
Fargo, ND 58102
(701) 232-3821


Largest fine arts museum between Minneapolis and Seattle that embraces the full gamut of art forms.


Trollwood Park and Performing Arts School
50th Ave SW at the Red River
Moorhead, MN 56560
(218) 477-6500


Looking for a place to enjoy a great theatrical performance? Trollwood Park and Performing Arts School offers amazing outdoor performances to enjoy during the summer months.


Fargo Air Museum
1609 19th Avenue North
Fargo, ND 58102
(701) 293-8043


The Fargo Air Museum opened in 2001 and is committed to educating the community about aviation, preserve local aviation heritage, enthuse the public about freedom, thrill and the excitement of flight, as well as awaken the idea of patriotism in today’s youth. An aircraft you will see at the museum is the F2G-1D – the world’s only flying Super Corsair and one of the three existing in the world.


Down Town Fargo and Fargo Theatre
314 Broadway
Fargo, ND 58102
(701) 239-8385


The 1926 restored Fargo Theatre is the area’s only remaining vintage movie palace with a vaudeville stage. The theatre serves as a multi-purpose facility with capacity for film showings, live productions and meetings, and is a registered historic landmark. It also houses a restored theatre pipe organ, the “Mighty Wurlitzer.”


Bonanzaville U.S.A.
1351 W. Main Ave.
West Fargo, ND 58078
(701) 282-2822


With over 40 original buildings on 12 acres you will explore a recreated pioneer village and museum that represents life in the Red River Valley during the 19th century.


Heritage Hjemkomst Interpretive Center
202 First Avenue North
Moorhead, MN 56560
(218) 299-5511


See how one man’s dream became a reality. Robert Asp of Moorhead dreamed of building a replica Viking Ship and sailing it to Norway, the land of his ancestors. Photographs, recordings and an award-winning documentary chronicles the construction of the 76-foot, hand-built Viking ship Hjemkomst and its incredible 6,000-mile voyage across the Atlantic in 1982. The ship is on display at the Center, along with other national traveling exhibits.


North Dakota Horse Park  – (Seasonal)
5109 19th Ave N.
Fargo, ND 58102
(701) 277-8027


Enjoy a day at the track to watch exciting wire to wire horse racing.


Red River Valley Fair and the Red River Valley Speedway  (Seasonal)
1805 West Main Avenue
West Fargo, ND  58078
(701) 282-2200


The Red River Valley Fair, held in June, is a fun and exciting time to come and enjoy performances by nationally known entertainers, as well as enjoying horticulture, livestock, and arts and crafts shows. Home of the Big Iron Farm Show.
The Red River Valley Speedway is open April – August, featuring stock cars and sprint cars as well the World of Outlaws.


Red River Valley Zoo – Open Year-Round
4220 21st Ave. S. (Near the junction of I-94 & I-29)
Fargo, ND 58104
(701) 277-9240


This state-of-the-art zoo hosts more than 60 animal species on over 30 acres of natural habitat. Children will enjoy the animal petting areas and a ride on the restored 1928 Diederich Family Carousel.


Marcus Theatres – 2 Locations
West Acres Cinema 14
4101 17th Ave. SW
(701) 461-8902


Century 10 Cinema
3931 9th Ave. SW
(701) 461-8902


Home of the USHL Fargo Force.  Scheels Arena is a 5,000 seat multi-purpose venue in southwest Fargo. Primarily used as a hockey rink, Scheels Arena has the versatility to play host to a variety of sports and other events such as concerts, trade shows, speaking engagements and more!


Skate City
3302 Interstate Boulevard SW
Fargo, ND 58103
(701) 235-0555


Skate City provides the finest in roller and in-line skating along with a full-service snack bar, fun shop, amusement games and skate store. Specializing in birthday parties, private parties, group rates and family discounts on Sundays.


Skyzone Trampoline Park
940 40th St. South
Fargo, ND 58103
(701) 478-8484


The originators of wall to wall trampoline parks. Bring the entire family for endless aerial activity withy friends including basketball, dodgeball and foam pits.


Thunder Road Family Fun Park (Seasonal)
2902 Thunder Road (frontage road I-29)
Fargo, ND 58103
(701) 282-5151


Look for the volcano at this outdoor amusement park featuring go-karts, adventure mini-golf, arcade and snack bar. Available for private parties.


West Acres Shopping Center and Roger Maris Museum
3902 13th Ave. SW
Fargo, ND 58102
(701) 282-2222


Located directly across the street from the Fargo Holiday Inn. West Acres Mall is home for numerous stores and specialty shops. Major retailers such as Best Buy, JCPenney’s, Eddie Bauer, and other nationally recognized retailors anchor the sensational shopping available at West Acres Mall. West Acres is also the home of the Roger Maris Museum. The museum follows the career of illustrious Fargo athlete Roger Maris. As a New York Yankee, Maris acquired fame when he hit 61 home runs during the 1961 season, breaking the long-standing record of the great Babe Ruth. At the exhibit you’ll see actual film of Roger’s last 12 homers of 1961, along with his uniforms, baseball equipment and other memorabilia.