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Thanks to the Coen Brothers' Oscar-winning 1996 film, the city of Fargo has become a household name. But there's more to it than simply serving as the setting for a silly crime caper. Named after a founder of Wells Fargo Bank, the largest city in North Dakota features museums, historical attractions, outdoor sports centers, and lots of family-friendly activities. Scan some flights to Fargo, and come visit one of Forbes' fastest-growing small cities in the U.S.
After booking a room at one of the cheap hotels in Fargo, get ready to see the sights. Bonanzaville is a town-sized museum containing 43 historical buildings and nearly a half-million vintage artifacts. Not only does the Fargo Air Museum let visitors get up close and personal with permanently grounded planes, it also features flights of classic aircraft such as the P-51D Mustang and the World War 2-era Chance-Vought F4U Corsair. Families with small children will enjoy visiting Red River Zoo, Scheels Ferris Wheel, and Dakota Carriage Company. And not a one of Travelocity's Fargo vacation packages would be complete without visiting the Fargo-Moorhead Convention and Visitors Bureau to see the gory wood chipper the Coen Brothers made famous.
Fargo's official motto is "north of normal," and you can understand its eclectic culture a little better when surveying the dining scene. Downtown offers everything from Continental-inspired fine dining and cocktails to all-American pub grub to excellent Indian fare. Some hotels in Fargo even serve food that's worthy of the term "cuisine." Looking to wet your whistle? You'll also find Irish pubs, sports bars, a VFW, a wine bar, and more all within walking distance.
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