Like being able to go into EVERY building and check it out.. the kid working at the front office was super friendly. The little was about 3 when we visited and had a BALL!
For those who enjoy turning the clock back a bit, Bonanzaville is a great attraction while in the Fargo area. Several historic homes and buildings are gathered in a small town setting. Besides homes including Fargo's first homestead, small stores, a bank, church and even city hall are open to for visitors viewing. All are completely set up as they... More
A ton of historical artifacts. It has a large Pioneer Village that is great to spend time visiting. The old car musuem houses some of the oldest and most rare automobiles. I would highly recommend visiting for a long period of time as it has everything. My kids enjoyed the train museum, the telephone museum and the old school the... More
Pleasantly surprised by the quality and variety of the exhibits. If you like antiques and historical treasures, this is for you. It took close to 3 hours to walk through all the buildings and exhibits. Well worth the price of the $10 admission.
I'll say up front, you need to like history and be willing to linger a bit at some of the displays. Really really antsy kids may get distracted, although there's enough here to keep them happy and you can certainly power through quickly. But you'll miss a lot. Always love the model railroad and full-size train display; the antique farm... More
Cant wait to go back! My husband and I took our 19 month old with us, she had fun walking through the old houses and up and down the stairs. We had fun looking at all of the neat things!! The telephone museum was fun.
Bonanzaville is essentially a recreated pioneer community, replete with shops, stores and a church, all being fitted out with a unique collection of artifacts. The main building houses the reception, gift shop and soon-to-be archives, as well as an exhibition gallery that presents some interesting but uniformly quaint displays that harken back to a time when the Cass County Museum... More
This is a very nice little town. It took us about 2 1/2 hours to complete it but to be honest, we rushed a bit in the end because we needed to get back on the road. The people that work there are very nice and the town presents itself very well. I would highly recommend seeing this if you... More
Bonanzaville is too large to see comfortably in one visit. There are large sheds with great collections of old cars and old tractors and a train with cars and a caboose you can climb into. Other interesting exhibits are the old fashioned drug store and the doctor's office with old-fashioned medical instruments. Our 11 year old grandson loved the electric... More
This was one of my stopping off points en route to my nights' rest and I could have spent all day there, there is soo much to see. Lots of reconstructed buildings containing memorabilia, including one with a model railroad. Huge buildings displaying Cars, Aeroplanes, Farm Machinery and many other artifacts. It is so big that I managed to avoid... More
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