The Fargo Theatre is an art deco movie theater in downtown Fargo, North Dakota, United States. Construction on the building began in the fall of 1925 and the theatre opened on March 15, 1926. It was restored in 1999 to its historic appearance and now is a center for the arts in the Fargo-Moorhead metropolitan area. The Fargo Theatre is home to a 4-manual, 32-rank Wurlitzer Theatre Pipe Organ, known as the "Mighty Wurlitzer," which is owned and maintained by the Red River Theatre Organ Society, a non-profit organization and local chapter of the American Theatre Organ Society.To visit Fargo Theatre and get the most from your holiday in Fargo, create itinerary details personal to you using our Fargo itinerary planning tool.
The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Fargo Theatre reviews
The number of epic concerts that have been held at the Fargo Theater is unreal. You can almost feel the ghosts of all it's past performers. Has slowed down a bit since covid but if you can catch a... more »
Not only is this the most photographed icon in the state of North Dakota, it is a gem of history in the state's largest city of Fargo. Two screens/stages means there is always something to exciting... more »
It's such a beautiful theater and the people that work there are very kind. I love that they show a lot of none main stream movies so you have a chance to see hidden gems that a lot of theaters don't usually show. They also have a lot of great events and live performances. I highly recommend this place to anyone wanting to see a movie on the big screen.
Memorable private party for my son's birthday. The staff was very accommodating. We brought our snacks, his favorite movie and some friends. Perfect! Thank you.
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