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  • Renville Historical Museum

    441 North Park Dr, Morton, MN 56270
    Phone: (507) 697-6147

    1879 schoolhouse; exhibits on pioneer life, Dakota history and wildlife; displays honoring Joseph Renville, early fur trader and scout, and Michael Dowling, educator and politician. Area churches, toys and games. Local disasters.

  • Renville County Historical Society

    441 N Park Dr, Morton, MN 56270
    Phone: (507) 697-6147

    Visit the Renville County Historical Society that is located in Morton, Minnesota. The Historical Society has been preserving the history of Renville County, its history, residents, schools, towns, businesses and culture since 1940. Stop by to see all the changes and new exhibits!

  • Chippewa County Historical Society

    PO Box 303, 151 Arnie Anderson Drive, Montevideo, MN 56265
    Phone: 320-269-7636

  • Minnesota Valley History Learning Center

    220 W 2nd St, Morton, MN
    Phone: 507-697-6119

  • Swede's Forest, Homme-Kollin Unit SNA

    Twp 114N Rng 38W Sec 12, Sacred Heart, MN 56285
    Phone: (507) 831-2900

    Found within the Minnesota River Valley, the 202 acres of Swede's Forest SNA provides habitat for the "blue devils", the five-lined skink.

  • Upper Sioux Agency State Park - Activities

    5908 Highway 67, Granite Falls, MN 56241-3609
    Phone: (320) 564-4777

    In addition to the historic site, this park is at the confluence of the beautiful Yellow Medicine and Minnesota rivers.

  • Swensson Farm Museum

    115 Co. Rd. 15 SE, Granite Falls, MN 56241
    Phone: 320-269-7636

  • Minnesota Heartland Preserve

    13015 HWY 23 SE Ste 2, Granite Falls, MN 56241
    Phone: (320) 564-2022

    800 acres of pheasant hunting land. 2 hours west of the Twin Cities.

  • Lower Sioux Agency

    32469 Co Hwy 2, Morton, MN 56270
    Phone: (507) 697-6321

    Scene of the outbreak of the U.S.-Dakota War of 1862

  • Andrew J. Volstead House Museum Organization

    163 9th Ave, Granite Falls, MN 56241
    Phone: (320) 309-0092

    The Andrew J. Volstead House Museum is a National Historic Landmark operated by the Granite Falls Historical Society. It is open by appointment, the exterior and grounds with an interpretative panel. Andrew J. Volstead wrote the Prohibition Act and the Capper -Volstead Act.