Children's Museum - Yunker Farm

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The brick farmhouse, built in 1876, now houses an interactive children’s museum. An apparition believed to be Elizabeth Yunker, who loved children, has been seen upstairs where children’s activities are conducted. An apparition of a young child, believed to have died long ago in the old well, has been seen standing next to the well. Doors and windows and the elevator work on their own here as well.

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1201 28th Ave N
Fargo, ND 58102
United States

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46.9126693, -96.79650759999998
Cass County, North Dakota
Nearest Towns:
Oakport, MN (1.6 mi.)
Fargo, ND (2.5 mi.)
North River, ND (2.6 mi.)
Moorhead, MN (3.0 mi.)
Reiles Acres, ND (3.3 mi.)
Dilworth, MN (5.1 mi.)
West Fargo, ND (5.6 mi.)
Kragnes, MN (5.6 mi.)
Harwood, ND (6.1 mi.)
Prairie Rose, ND (6.8 mi.)

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    • I worked there in about 2009 for a short time. It is haunted. I personally experienced the ghost many times all as described above. I ended up being very scared on Halloween and quit the next day, never been back! Neat place though.

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