Fargo-Moorhead is one of the friendliest places in America! This is a fun, warm-hearted community of two cities in two states with a population of over 200,000. Fargo-Moorhead is located at the intersection of Interstate Highways I-29 and I-94.
Fargo-Moorhead is the home of Bonanzaville, USA, a re-created frontier town and museum that allows visitors to experience a small community of the late 19th century. Nowhere but in Fargo-Moorhead will you find a museum dedicated to baseball great Roger Maris, a Fargo native.
Fargo-Moorhead is also home to the Plains Art Museum, the Rourke Art Museum and the historic Comstock House. You might also want to visit the Historical & Cultural Society of Clay County. It documents the history of the region’s Norwegian immigrants who, along with Canadians, Germans and Icelanders, settled much of the area. The museum contains the Hjemkomst, a replica of an ancient Viking ship, which completed a voyage to Norway in 1982.
Fargo-Moorhead is also home to a zoo that specializes in rare and endangered species and the Fargo Theatre, a fully restored 1920’s movie theatre.
Fargo-Moorhead isn’t entirely about past events. It is the largest shopping destination between Minneapolis / St. Paul and Spokane, WA. With super shopping, a variety of over 350 restaurants, cultural events, museums, and professional and amateur sports make it a great destination for visitors. There’s always a festival or special event going on in Fargo-Moorhead too!