North Dakota Military History Museums
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- Camp Hancock State Historic Site - Bismarck
- Dakota Territory Air Museum - Minot
- Fargo Air Museum - Fargo
- Fort Abercrombie - Abercrombie
- Fort Buford - Williston
- Fort Rice - Fort Rice
- Fort Stevenson State Park - Garrison
- Fort Totten State Historic Site - Fort Totten
- Ronald Reagan Minuteman Missile State Historic Site - Cooperstown
North Dakota Military History Museums Directory
Started in 2001, The Fargo Air Museum is a nonprofit organization that serves to promote interest in aviation through education, preservation and restoration. Our museum is a fantastic place to learn about aviation, participate in restoration, see full scale pieces of history or even host your special event.
Located just off I-29 interstate, The Fargo Air Museum is an easily accessed pet friendly, must-stop location. North Dakota’s premiere aviation destination, the Fargo Air Museum is home to aircraft of all eras – from the modern MQ-1 Predator unmanned drone to the “most accurate recreation of a Wright Brothers’ flyer the Smithsonian Institute has ever seen.” A “flying” museum, many of the airplanes occasionally take to the sky, a unique feature not found in the vast majority of the nation’s air museums. Exhibits rotate, we expect at times, the one you come to see, may be offsite.
More than just a simple place to display many aircraft, military memorabilia and exhibits, the Fargo Air Museum also houses a robust Aviation library. In addition, the museum hosts monthly educational day-camps, speakers and seminars for flight fans of all ages to enjoy. The museum is home to an extensive gift shop featuring toys, clothing, books, much more. You are sure to find the perfect gift for any aviation enthusiast.
Events: For history buffs, the Fargo Air Museum offers quarterly History Nights featuring local speakers with strong ties to aviation. For information on the Fargo Air Museum's next History Night please visit the website.