What's New in Fargo-Moorhead
Wheelhouse Theatrical Productions
Staging a mix of classics, audience favorites, as well as contemporary shows and local premiers.
Historic Log Cabin
The Historic Log Cabin in W.H. Davy Memorial Park has stood in the Red River Valley, in one way or another, since 1860. It was constructed and named “Burbank Station” by Lew Lewiston as a stop on the Burbank Stage Company’s route between Fort Abercrombie and Georgetown. Lewiston operated Burbank Station until August, …READ MORE
Historical & Cultural Society of Clay County – Hjemkomst Center
Located across the river in Fargo’s sister city, Moorhead, this local culture and heritage center is a must-see Minnesota museum. Inside the white, tent-like structure you’ll find the Hjemkomst Viking Ship, a full-scale ship modeled after the Gokstad burial ship, built in nearby Hawley, MN, and actually sailed to Norway from the shores …READ MORE
Historic Fargo Theatre
Built in 1926 as an art house cinema and vaudeville theatre, the beautiful Fargo Theatre has stood as a pillar of the arts in Fargo, ND, for over 90 years. Inside the restored, art deco-style interior you can still see independent and foreign films (for just $9 a ticket!). The Fargo Theatre is …READ MORE
This professional opera company puts on three fully-staged opera productions a year.
Fargo-Moorhead Symphony Orchestra
A professional orchestra based in Fargo-Moorhead with a full season of high-quality performances.
A cooperative art gallery owned-and-operated by local artists who are also trained travel experts on the Fargo-Moorhead area. Artists take turns at the gallery to greet customers and make their art experience enjoyable, and now, they can also offer visitors all the information they need to make their trip to Fargo better. Pick …READ MORE
Gate City Bank Theatre
A unique setting for touring Broadway shows and other theatrical performances.
Gooseberry Park Players
Guided by the belief that every child deserves a theater opportunity, the mission of Gooseberry Park Players is to provide an exceptional, fee-free, unique educational and multi-generational summer theater experience for youth ages 11 to 18. The non-profit company began in 1982 at Moorhead, Minnesota’s Gooseberry Mound Park and now resides at the …READ MORE
Harwood Prairie Playhouse
Offering quality entertainment through comedic performances.