What's New in Fargo-Moorhead
KidCo Children’s Museum
Children’s museum geared towards kids from 0-8 in Downtown Moorhead.
Dakota Fine Art
Selling fine art from the historic Dakota Business College in Downtown Fargo, the gallery is operated by a collective of artists. Stop by to see completed works of art and to watch the artists at work in their studios making prints, paintings, jewelry, sculptures, photography, and more.
The Spirit Room began as a grass roots arts organization in 1997 with gallery exhibits and literary events. The warehouse gallery was supported by yoga, dance, meditation classes and cash contributions by a community of people who formed around the space. In 2000, it developed a new gallery in Downtown Fargo in a …READ MORE
Known historically as “the Gateway to the Dakotas,” Fort Abercrombie was the first permanent United States military fort established in what was to become North Dakota. It was also the only post in the area to be besieged by Dakota (Sioux) warriors for more than six weeks during the US-Dakota War of 1862. …READ MORE
Roger Maris Museum
The last place you’d look for a sports museum dedicated to a baseball great is inside the largest shopping mall in the region, but that’s exactly where you’ll find the Roger Maris Museum in Fargo, ND. For baseball fans, this shrine to Roger Maris is a must-see Fargo attraction. The Roger Maris Museum, …READ MORE
The Rourke Art Gallery and Museum
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. When …READ MORE
Plains Art Museum
The Plains Art Museum in Fargo is the largest art museum in North Dakota, located in a renovated International Harvester warehouse in the city’s downtown district. If you’re all about finding local art, this is the place to see it. This free art museum’s permanent collection has over 4,000 local, regional, and national …READ MORE
Memorial Union Gallery at NDSU
The student-focused Memorial Union Gallery hosts exhibitions, workshops, discussions, literary journals, spoken-word poetry events and performances to provide diverse opportunities to connect with the arts.
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
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