4417 23rd Avenue South
Fargo, ND 58104
Phone: (701) 277-5576
Fax: (701) 277-5578
Arts & Museums
The Roger Maris Museum includes a video room to watch an expanded collection of videos while sitting on actual Yankee Stadium seats from the Maris era, replica of Roger
The Plain Arts Museum is a hub of creativity and culture in Fargo, North Dakota. Exhibits change throughout the year and there are frequently events for guests to get to know the artists and experience unique creations.
One of two properties of the Dickey County Historical Society, the Dickey County Heritage Center is housed in the former First National Bank of Oakes, a circa 1908 building of pressed Corinthian Stone and marble. Filled with items related to Oakes and the region's past, the Dickey County Heritage Center features a prairie school room, doctor's office, library, music room, military collection, tool collection, dentist's office and much more.
The distinguished Rourke Art Museum is a magnificent fine arts museum. The historic museum showcases an excellent collection and exhibits from diverse styles like Pre-Columbian, Asian to Global art. This museum is open to all visitors and offers guided tours as well.
Built as a former residency of the U.S. Congressman and businessman Solomon Comstock, the Comstock House is a great historic home. Designed in the styles of Queen Ann and Ann Eastlake styles of architecture, the Comstock House is currently a museum. Featuring some of the great artifacts and exhibits designed in the interiors and the styles from 1882 and 1883, the house is best visited for it's beauty of artifacts and interiors.
The Fargo Air Museum is a fascinating museum for those interested in seeing warplanes actually flown during the infamous World Wars. Watch out for the radio-controlled airplanes, the Mustang P-51 used in WW2 to carry bomber crews, the Corsair used in WW2 and the Korean War, and the Grumman TBM Avenger which was flown by George Bush. Exciting events are organized for kids and they're even allowed a chance to sit in the cockpit.
The Heritage Hjemkomst Interpretive Center provides interpretation of the hand-built Hjemkomst Viking Ship, a full-scale replica of the Hopperstad Church in Vik, Norway; and Red River Valley Exhibition, a 4,000 square foot exhibit space with a 48-foot rendition of the Red River and its tributaries carved into the carpet and hosts traveling exhibits in 7,000 square feet of temporary exhibition space. Tours, lectures and festivals, hosts residencies and performances and educational services are offered at the Heritage Hjemkomst Interpretive Center.
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