A Must See

 

As a reminder, Bonanzaville is only open on weekends in October! Saturday 10am-5pm & Sunday Noon-5pm. 


Come and explore the historic buildings which contain thousands of artifacts.

New exhibits are on display in the Main Museum, including "Looking back 125 years: The Fargo Fire of 1893" & "Uncovering Vice”.

 

 

Ever wondered what Bonanzaville is all about? Watch the video below to get a glimpse. 

 

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Located in West Fargo, North Dakota Bonanzaville is a pioneer village with 12 acres, 43 historic buildings, 400,000 artifacts, and millions of memories. Bonanzaville is operated by the Cass County Historical Society, with a mission to collect, display and interpret artifacts relevant to the history and cultural heritage of the Red River Valley. It is the region’s largest historical attraction with something for everyone to see.

For more information on any upcoming events, to volunteer, or to plan a special event on site, please contact us.

Cass County Museum

The Cass County Museum features a display on Native Americans of the Red River Valley, bonanza farms and homesteading, and the modernization of North Dakota.

Rotating Exhibit Gallery

Pioneer Village (Open May-October)

Over the years, our pioneer village has accumulated 40 historic buildings as well as numerous other museums including the Eugene Dahl Car Museum, the Eagle Air Museum, the Tractor Museum, the Law Enforcement Museum and more! Share the stories of our region's history!