Make yourself at home at our hotels in Fargo, North Dakota. You’ll soon be admiring meticulously restored World War II fighter planes at the Fargo Air Museum and strolling through wispy prairie grass in Buffalo River State Park.
Our hotels in Fargo are a short drive from the historic warbirds at the Fargo Air Museum. Many of the museum’s World War II fighter planes can still fly, including a P-51D Mustang, an iconic plane often used in air raids. Native American and traditional folk art are on proud display at the Plains Art Museum, near our Fargo hotels. Special exhibits often feature photographs, paintings and multimedia installations by regional contemporary artists. Head to West Acres Shopping Center for major department stores and retail chains, as well as the free Roger Maris Museum, an exhibit honoring the Fargo native and Yankee slugger who broke Babe Ruth's home run record in 1961 with 61 home runs.
While window shopping downtown Fargo's specialty shops and antique stores, stop for a filling sandwich or juicy steak at nearby eateries. At night, the dazzling marquee of the 1925 Fargo Theatre lights up Broadway Street—check the schedule for live music and films. Guests of our Fargo hotels head to Fargodome stadium for concerts and sporting events, including North Dakota State University Bison football games. Area bars and clubs stay open late on weekends, and many lounges feature blackjack tables and paddle wheel gaming.
Choose our Holiday Inn Express® hotels in Fargo to explore one of the largest remaining swaths of prairie at Buffalo River State Park in neighboring Minnesota. Trails here wander past colorful prairie wildflowers and through mature woods edging the Buffalo River. In winter the park rents snowshoes and cross-country skis. Take to the powdery trails winding through the quiet snow-covered landscape.