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  • Carver County Historical Society

    555 West First Street, Waconia, MN55387
    952-442-4234

  • Scott County Historical Society - Stans Museum

    235 S Fuller St, Shakopee, MN55379
    888-325-2575

  • Peterson Station Museum

    228 Mill St, P.O. Box 233Peterson, MN55962
    (507) 875-2415

    Restored historic railroad depot built in 1877 and Tour Center for the City of Peterson. Serves as museum housing large collection of local memorabilia, artifacts, and photographs Norwegian genealogy research center.

  • Tower-Soudan Historical Society

    404 Pine St, Tower, MN55790
    218-753-2301

  • Alexander Ramsey House

    265 S Exchange St, St Paul, MN55102
    651-296-8760

    This remarkable example of a Victorian-era house was home to Minnesota’s first territorial governor and his family.

  • United States Hockey Hall of Fame Museum

    801 Hat Trick Avenue, PO Box 679Eveleth, MN55734
    800-443-7825

  • Steamboat Minnehaha

    P.O. Box 178, Excelsior, MN55331
    952-474-2115

    The Museum of Lake Minnetonka proudly operates the historic restored 1906 Steamboat Minnehaha. Public cruises on Lake Minnetonka on Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays. One hour cruises from both Excelsior and Wayzata docks, also round trips. $5 - $15.

  • Comstock House

    506 8th St S, Moorhead, MN56560
    218-291-4211

    Home belonged to a prominent railroad builder whose daughter became the first female president of Radcliffe.

  • Hermann Monument

    10 Monument St, PO Box 643New Ulm, MN56073
    (507) 233-4300

    In 2000,the 106th US Congress designated Hermann Monument an official symbol of contributions made by Germanic-Americans.

  • Science Museum of Minnesota

    120 Kellogg Blvd W, St Paul, MN55102
    (800) 221-9444

    Located on the Mississippi River in downtown St. Paul, the Science Museum of Minnesota is the most popular museum in the Upper Midwest. Featuring dinosaurs, Omnitheater and hands-on exhibits.