Bonanzaville Pioneer Village and Museum 3.8 (reviews)

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About Bonanzaville Pioneer Village and Museum

Bonanzaville Pioneer Village and Museum has been an educational, enjoyable stop for over 30 years. We are an historic village of over 40 buildings on 12 acres depicting life in the Red River Valley in the late 1800's and early 1900's. Our guests travel back to the time when our bonanza farm homes dotted the wheat-blanketed plains and our general store was spilling over with merchandise. The tour includes authentic log cabins, church, schoolhouse, train depot, and bonanza farm mansion. Each building is filled with period furnishings and artifacts. In addition Bonanzaville features a main museum housing Native American artifacts, dolls, world war memorabilia and much more. Also vintage automobile, tractor and airplane museums are a part of the village. We truly have something for everyone! All of our tours are self-guided. This allows visitors to spend time in the exhibits that interest them most. Special events with costumed docents, tour guides and demonstrators in June, July, August and September.

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Adults $10

Children $5

Free Under 6 years.

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Bonanzaville Pioneer Village and Museum FAQ’s

I’m Hungry! Can I get food at Bonanzaville Pioneer Village and Museum?

Snacks: ice-cream, soda, candy.

Any top tips when visiting?

Self-guided tours of 40 buildings on 12 acres.

Does Bonanzaville Pioneer Village and Museum have a gift shop?

Gift Shop: regional books, clothing, keepsakes, momentos, jewelry, train whistles, etc.

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Educational opportunities include special events June through September plus Trunk Talks and History Days Field Trips for grades 3, 4, 5, all pertaining to the history and cultural heritage of Cass County and the Red River Valley in the 1870 to 1920's.

Is Bonanzaville Pioneer Village and Museum fully accessible?

Wheel chairs provided, free.