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Plains Art Museum, located in downtown Fargo, is the largest, most dynamic, and only Accredited art museum in the immediate region. The primary strengths of the Museum lie in modern and contemporary, regional, and Native American art. Gallery Hours...more
We toured The Plains Museum in downtown Fargo and enjoyed the outstanding exhibits. The exhibits change regularly so you will enjoy repeat visits. It is so well supported that entrance is free and so is the ample Nextdoor parking. Highly recommended.
I stopped in Fargo for a long afternoon a few weeks ago, and I decided to check the museum out. I didn't know what to expect, and I was pretty impressed with what they offer. For starters, it's free, and that's tough to beat. Secondly,...More
My visit to the Plains Art Museum was wonderful. I was really impressed with the building and the space. The exhibits were very thoughtful. Their collection is vast and has great representation across cultures. It is nice to see so much art by Native artists....More
This little museum is in the heart of Fargo,ND.
It is free and open to the public but it only takes 15 minutes to tour the whole place. There are some Indian artifacts and some modern art sculptures and a room full of bird houses...More
Timing is everything. This is a small art museum, and several galleries were closed to change out exhibits. Even so, I did find myself enjoying the bird house exhibit. It was intriguing and engaging. What was not engaging was the staff. One staff member at...More
Our daughter recently held her wedding ceremony and reception at PAM. It was perfect! It was a Christmas themed wedding and PAM provided a sensational setting for the ceremony, complete plated reception, and a DJ for 180+ guests.
The PAM staff was very helpful and...More
A fine way to spend an hour or so; there were some interesting pieces and exhibits, though I wasn't blown away by any of them in particular. They seemed a little scattered, not well-organised. Building in very nice. Overall experience would probably have been better...More
Like so many institutions of this type you can never go often enough. The staff works very hard to provide a variety of exhibitions. The styles, the visual presentation, and guided opportunity enhances the experience.
I visited while two galleries were being made ready for new displays.
My tour of the Regalia Exhibit by Linda Whitney was very interesting. Here work was amazingly detailed and complex. Highly recommend it.
The Museum has open galleries and displays throughout the hallways and...More
Yes,we have our own parking lot right next to the Museum, accessible on 7th Street. I would allow at least an hour to walk through the various galleries. We also have a Museum store and a cafe (which is open M-F for lunch... More
Yes,we have our own parking lot right next to the Museum, accessible on 7th Street. I would allow at least an hour to walk through the various galleries. We also have a Museum store and a cafe (which is open M-F for lunch). Hope you stop in!