Your Fargo charter bus brings you to Fargo, the city with tallest structure in the world. This is the site of Guinness World Record for "Tallest Structure," awarded to a TV transmitting tower that is 2,064 feet high. Fargo is situated on the Red River. The community was named after William G. Fargo, director of the Northern Pacific Railway and a founder of American Express and Wells-Fargo Express. Music lovers on your charter bus tour will be interested to know that Johnny Lang, a blues guitarist, was born here.
Your Fargo charter bus has lots of interesting stops in this great city. Your Fargo charter bus will take the charter group to many stops such as : Roger Maris Museum, Red River Zoo, Newman Outdoor Field, Plains arts museum, to name a few.
Additionally, your Fargo charter bus takes the group to the West Acres Shopping Mall which has includes the 72-foot long glassed-in exhibit, tracing all aspects of the legendary baseball player Roger Maris and Fargo's hometown hero and career, including major awards, uniforms and some of the home run balls from 1961, the year he broke Babe Ruth's record with 61 home runs.
Also, your Fargo charter bus takes the charter group to view and enjoy the artifacts of 19th century, in Bonanzaville. A recreated pioneer village, Bonanzaville utilizes some 400,000 artifacts in 40 buildings to simulate late 19th-century life in the Red River Valley.
Children in the Fargo charter bus tour will love to visit the Museum at Yunker Farm. It has been rated as one of the top 25 children's museums in the United States by Child magazine. Newton Whitman built the house in 1876. It was the first brick house built in the Dakota Territory. They lived there until it was sold to the Yunker family in 1905. The museum is located in this house and has 100s of interesting artifacts.
If your tour of Fargo needs to include shopping to keep your charter bus happy, Fargo has plenty of shopping. A good stop is at the West Acres Shopping Center where your charter bus gang can find just about anything they can think of, grab a few soveniers for the people back home.
Fargo charter bus offers another very scenic stop to its charter members at the Hjemkomst Center in Moorhead. The replica stavkirke (stav church) is a little bit of Scandinavian culture. Also the unique tensile roof of the main building is definitely a sight. There is beautiful landscaping and lush greenery, make sure everyone had their cameras handy as this is a great stop for taking photographs.
Fargo, Moorhead, West Fargo, and surrounding communities to learn The Fargo charter bus stops at "The Heart of Fargo/ Moorheads Art World". Rotating exhibits change often but are always good. The building is worth looking at too, a beautiful rehabilitation of an old timber and masonry building in historic downtown. For those who enjoys antique shops, Fargo has a great deal to offer. They seem to be everywhere in downtown Fargo. A Fargo charter bus charter group member will always be amazed at the variety of things he/she can find here.
For a sweet stop, you Fargo charter bus charter group members can visit Widman's Candy shop for a taste of a local specialty, 'chippers'. 'Chippers' are potato chips covered in chocolate. A unique flavor to say the least, it would be called an acquired taste, but is said to be downright addictive. Another destination for your Fargo charter bus charter group members is Zandbroz Variety Shop on Broadway has books, gifts, cards and other assorted odds and ends. Try a milk shake and the old-fashioned soda fountain in the back.
Your Fargo charter bus has so many destinations to offer .It is a unique, dynamic setting for children and families and offers up a great place to tour in your own private charter bus.
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