Fargo Things to Do
Fargo is not the capital, but it is the most important city in the state of North Dakota, and its biggest city. It lies right on the North Dakota/Minnesota border. It is the most-visited city in the state of North Dakota and most visitors go there during the summer. If you are planning on visiting Fargo anytime soon, here are some things to do while you are there.
Northern Plains Botanical Gardens
A great place to see the indigenous flora of the area is the Northern Plains Botanical Gardens. The Alphabet Garden is a great place to take your kids. There are a number of other gardens as well. It is a great place to take the family, thanks to the fact that admission is free.
Fargo Air Museum
Aviation enthusiasts will want to take a look at the Fargo Air Museum. This museum has preserved some great historical aircraft. Most of the aircraft in the museum is from World War 2, and is open from Monday through Saturday in the summer and Tuesday through Sunday in the winter. There are plenty of interactive exhibits for kids and young children under the age of 4 get into the museum for free.
Go to the Red River Zoo
The northern plains are the home to many cold weather animals and the Red River Zoo is a place that is committed to preserving them. The hours are steady in the summer, but can vary in the winter depending on the kind of weather they are experiencing in the area. There are almost 90 species of cold climate animals that get to live on the over 30 acres of well-kept land.
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