Fargo Vacation Packages
Fargo has a lively wine and art culture, eclectic shops, cafés and restaurants, and an abundance of Midwest history. The colonial settlement at Fargo began where the Northern Pacific Railroad intersected with the Red River. As an early frontier town, Fargo had fertile farming land, making it a popular settlement. In 1876 the population was 600. By 1892 it had grown to a city of over 8,000 people.
Begin your stay with a stroll through historical Fargo, and then tour the city’s unique museums. Admire the restored colonial architecture in the storefronts of the downtown. See a film at the art deco Fargo Theatre and amble through the heritage buildings at North Dakota State University. Step back in time at Bonanzaville, a recreated 19th-century pioneer village. Here, you can view more than 43 historical buildings and 400,000 artifacts about the history of the Red River Valley. The village includes an air museum, tractor museum, antique farm equipment, a model railroad, a full-size train and a car museum. Learn about the history of aviation at the Fargo Air Museum. If you are a New York Yankees fan, head to the Roger Maris Museum and trace the career of the famous New York Yankees baseball player, who was originally from Fargo.
For lovers of culture, Fargo has a lively music and entertainment scene. Enjoy a pub band, a poetry reading at a café, local art exhibitions or contemporary Native American art at the Plains Arts Museum.
Fargo has plenty of attractions available for families. Walk along the Fargo Walk of Fame, see the animals at the Red River Zoo, explore the Planetarium at the Children's Museum, or head to the Newman Outdoor Field to see the Fargo-Moorhead Redhawks play baseball.
Renowned for warmly welcoming visitors, Fargo allows you to explore America’s pioneer history surrounded by all the comforts of a modern metropolis.
Accommodation in Fargo
Booking a friendly hotel or apartment is is of the essence if you are after a relaxing vacation. You can discover all sorts of Fargo hotel options on Expedia's user-friendly hotels page.
Those who appreciate a touch of class will be sure to enjoy the Residence Inn Fargo, at 4335 23rd Ave S, and the Hilton Garden Inn Fargo, at 4351 17th Avenue South. Should you find that those don't quite match your requirements, the Hampton Inn & Suites Fargo or the Holiday Inn Fargo are two more economical options that might tick all your boxes.
Another good option is to stay within walking distance of the North Dakota State University at the Holiday Inn Express Fargo-West Acres, which is just 3 miles (5 kilometers) away. Also popular is the Fairfield Inn & Suites Fargo, 3 miles (4 kilometers) from the North Dakota State University.