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Pioneer Days

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Plan a visit

You and Your Family haven't visited Bonanzaville, USA

Why not plan a visit?

 

Bonanzaville, USA is owned and operated

by the

Cass County Historical Society, on 12 acres of land

located just outside West Fargo, North Dakota.

Our Museum and Village can provide you and your family hours of enjoyment as you learn and explore the History of our Region.

The Village has 36 buildings providing an insight into our earliest settlers, how they lived, what they possessed and the challenges they faced.

What changes were in their future?

Bonanzaville, USA  "Where the Past meets the Present"

Help us Preserve History for Future Generations 

Prairie Living Art Exhibit Opening Reception

Saturday May 22nd from 3pm to 5pm

Art Exhibit

Bonanzaville, USA has invited local artists of all ages to paint what they consider to represent the Red River Valley living and heritage of the past or present. During this event, you will get the opportunity to view the artwork by the artists, interact with the artists, and see who won within the three voting categories!

If you are unable to attend, we will be live streaming the event on our Facebook Page!

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ADMISSION

Main Museum/Rotating Gallery/Village

Adult......................................... $12.00

Seniors/College.................... $10.00

Military with ID .....................   Free

Students (6-16)..................... $  6.00

Kids ( 5 & Under)...................   Free

1351 Main Avenue W ~ West Fargo, ND  58078
701.282.2822
Veterans Memorial Celebration

Join us on May 27th from 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm for our annual Veterans Memorial Celebration at Bonanzaville! This event is for veterans and their families in honor of Memorial Day. Picnic around 5:30 pm. Although free to attend, we ask that you go to our tickets tab and click the link to get your free Tickets. Free admission after 3pm to the pioneer village and museum is also extended to the general public

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