Bonanzaville USA, Fargo
Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Bonanzaville, USA is a history museum complex in West Fargo, North Dakota. Bonanzaville, the museum of the Cass County Historical Society, is made up of forty-seven buildings on 12 acres, many of them are historic and from the region. These buildings have been moved to the museum grounds and now form a village setting. Most of the buildings have a special theme. Displays include a prairie church, a general store, a drug store, a fire station, a jail, and a schoolhouse. There are also several newer buildings which have been constructed on the grounds including an aircraft museum and an automobile museum. Other exhibits include horse-drawn vehicles, firefighting vehicles and equipment, medical and dental equipment, a law enforcement museum, a telephone museum, and a newspaper printing press. Bonanzaville has several hundred thousand artifacts in their collections and on display.Take a look at our Fargo travel itinerary planner to schedule your visit to Bonanzaville USA and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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I had a fantastic time photographing the various exhibits and stepping back in time. The young woman who served as docent was dressed in period attire and served as a valuable asset in answering quest... read more »
We went for the 4th of July Celebration. First of all, it is very affordable. This is something you can afford on almost any budget. They even have a cafeteria upstairs where the church ladies bake an... read more »
We drove over to Bonanzaville from our hotel and it was closed. It looks interesting with lots of old buildings and such. I had read on other reviews that it might be closed. Looks like it would be ni... read more »
I have gone to this place so many times as a child and still love it now that I'm in college. It's historical and if you love old timey feeling places, hit this up! It'll take you back in time instantly. Although there are dirty and broken things, it's still totally worth it!
Very sad... every time we visit this place has got worse, so many things are just broken, dirty and poorly organized. and some of the building are now closed due to the poor condition. They use stuck on paper signs that are all peeling off and cant be read. This place needs to look at what other places do.
Great History Place to walk through. Get to go into the Buildings. Loved it
I really loved it. It brought so many memories when I was 9 years old. I hope I will go there again someday this spring or summer.
Educational, great place for a historian junky to visit.
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