Enjoy a warm Midwestern welcome at our hotels in Fargo, North Dakota, nestled along the Red River at the Minnesota border. Admire Native American art work at the Fargo Plains Art Museum and follow trails through blooming wildflowers in Buffalo River State Park.
Housed in a beautifully-renovated brick building downtown, the Fargo Plains Art Museum celebrates traditional Native American and folk art as well as contemporary works by regional artists. Many of the historic warbirds on display at the Fargo Air Museum, near our hotels in Fargo, can still take to the air. Planes in the collection include a P-51D, an important fighter plane during World War II, and the open-air cockpit PT-19. Get a sense of what pioneer life was like on the prairie at Bonanzaville, USA's recreated village in West Fargo. Among the 24 historic structures is a 1800s blacksmith shop and forge with original tools and a charming one-room schoolhouse. At Buffalo River State Park, a short drive east of our Fargo hotels into Minnesota, 12 miles of trails wander through prairies alive with butterflies and wildflowers before transitioning to hardwood forests edging the Buffalo River.
Fargo’s restaurants dish up a nice variety of good-value pastas, sandwiches and burgers. The walkable downtown features pleasant specialty shops and antique stores as well as the lovingly-restored 1925 Fargo Theater. For major department stores and retail franchises, guests of our Fargo hotels enjoy the West Acres Shopping Center. Students from North Dakota State University and Minnesota State University-Moorhead help sustain a surprising number of bars and dance clubs in both Fargo and neighboring Moorhead, Minnesota.
Stay at our Holiday Inn® hotels in Fargo in July for outdoor concerts in the Fargo Bluesfest. In winter, hit the trails of Buffalo River State Park on cross-country skis or snowshoes.