A Must See
Bonanzaville will be open in the Cass County Museum and Rotating Exhibit on Saturday May 18th and will be closed on Sunday May 19th for a special event, the HCCA Art Olson Swap Meet. Feel free to attend the 2013 swap this year, which is open to the public, from 8am-4pm on Sunday!
If you have a passport from the Hometown Tourism promotion, and were looking to attend on Saturday May 18th and are now inconvenienced due to this event, please contact Anna at 701-282-2822 or email@example.com and we will gladly provide you with a pass to come back another day! You are still welcome to see the Cass County Museum and Rotating Exhibit Gallery on Saturday.
North Dakota's Must-See Historic Attraction
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.
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The Cass County Museum is open year round featuring a display on Native Americans of the Red River Valley, bonanza farms and homesteading, and the modernization of North Dakota.
Visit our exhibit in the new rotating exhibit gallery "You Are Here: Navigating North Dakota's History" now on display until May 26th! With content from the Smithsonian and State Historical Society of North Dakota, navigate North Dakota's boundaries with your family today!
Over the years, our pioneer village has accumulated 43 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! We have something for everyone to enjoy.