Visit this art museum featuring exhibits which foster creativity.
Plains Art Museum is located at 704 First Ave N Fargo, North Dakota, in a rural American and Native American Country. The location makes it easy to spot the museum and provides diverse content for visitors. The museum promotes two galleries with several programs to foster community involvement. The museum provides public space to create, with two designated gardens. Collections of the museum include Native Amerian artwork depicting contemporary and traditional components in the plains region. Artists featured throughout the museum include M12, Raven Chacon, Lisa Bergh, Andrew Nordin, Erika Nelson, Jason Vaughn, and others. Residents and visitors can register and participate in art classes. Visitors can enjoy either a guided or self-guided tour.
The museum is open daily from 11 am to 5 pm, and admission is free. Every first Monday of the month provides low sensory times. Specifically designed for those who have special needs or who would benefit from dimmed lights and quiet space to enjoy the galleries. Please beware of galleries' rules and policies. No photographs or sketching of artwork is allowed. Large bags and food are not permitted in the galleries. A gift shop is provided to support local handmade items. This museum features art that the whole family can enjoy.