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Woodchipper in Fargo

Downtown Fargo

2001 44th St S, Fargo

Fargo's main cultural district fills the most
historic section of the city. If you're looking
for uniquely local, Downtown is the place
to go with tons of shops, local restaurants,
and bars lining the streets.

Although what you see on TV
wasn't actually filmed in Fargo,
North Dakota, you can still visit a
piece of cinematic history - the
original Fargo Woodchipper movie
prop (and its stunt double) - at the
Fargo-Moorhead Visitors Center.
Just off I-94, the Fargo
Woodchipper sits ready and
waiting for a photo op. The
friendly Travel Ambassadors will
take your picture as you pretend
to push a fake leg into the
Fargo " chipper " .
Beyond getting a picture with the
Woodchipper from Fargo - which is
signed by the Coen Brothers - you
can also see other memorabilia
from the movie, including a signed
copy of the original script.

Start your day with craft coffee (pg. 42),
then explore local art, get your picture with
the Fargo Theatre marquee, buy souvenirs,
and shop at local boutiques (pg. 44).

Plains Art Museum

Cap the night off with bustling nightlife, live
entertainment, and perfectly crafted drinks.

704 1st Ave N, Fargo
The largest accredited art museum in North
Dakota, Plains Art Museum is located in a
renovated International Harvester warehouse.
This free art museum's permanent
collection has over 4,000 national,
international, and regional works,
including Native American art.
Reserve a guided tour for just $4 per person
and have a Plains Art educator show you
around or wander at your own pace.

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Red River Zoo
4255 23rd Ave S, Fargo
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Fargo Theatre

Bonanzaville, USA

314 Broadway N, Fargo

1351 Main Ave W, West Fargo

Built in 1926 and beautifully restored, the art
deco interior serves as an art house theatre.
Beyond movies, it's also one of Fargo's top
venues for concerts, performing arts, and
other live events.

Named after the large Bonanza farms that
dominated the prairie of the Old West, this
pioneer village has 40+ buildings that have
been relocated here from across the region.

Two hidden gems sit inside: Wood Chip
Marge, a wooden statue carved in the
likeness of Marge Gunderson from the 1996
film, Fargo, and The Mighty Wurlitzer,
a 1926 pipe organ which scored silent
movies and is still played today.

Wander through Fargo's first house, a
country schoolhouse, a saloon and hotel,
a prairie church, and a fully-stocked
mercantile store. You might even get to
talk to a docent in period dress about
what life was like on the prairie.

Open year-round, the Red River Zoo
specializes in the care of some of the
rarest cold climate species on earth.

Besides the pioneer village, Bonanzaville
has over 400,000 artifacts from railroad
gear to vintage aircraft to an entire building
full of hundreds of antique organs.

All the animals come from similar
climate conditions to the Red River
Valley... so those camels you see
actually love the cold!

Want an immersive experience? Join
one of their murder mystery dinners, or
explore the pioneer village after dark on a
paranormal tour of Bonanzaville.

Stop by the colored pencil fence -
made up of over 1,000 large colored
pencils - and ride the antique 1928
carousel during your visit.

However you decide to visit, you'll gain
valuable insight into our earliest settlers,
how they lived, what they possessed, and
the challenges they faced.
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