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  • Mill City Museum

    704 S 2nd St, Minneapolis, MN55401
    (612) 341-7555

    Discover the most explosive museum in the world.

  • Historic Fort Snelling

    Hwys 5 and 55, St Paul, MN55111-4060
    (612) 726-1171

    Historic Fort Snelling and Sibley House Historic Site.

  • Mille Lacs Indian Museum & Trading Post

    43411 Oodena Dr, Onamia, MN56359
    (320) 532-3632

    Original 1930s trading post & museum of Ojibwe culture.

  • Phelps Mill

    Box 1000, Ottertail, MN56571
    800-423-4571

  • Ames-Florida-Stork House

    8131 Bridge St, PO Box 186Rockford, MN55373
    (763) 477-5383

    The Rockford Area Historical Society was formed in 1986 to collect, preserve and interpret Rockford's dynamic history. The historical society manages the Ames-Florida-Stork House, built between 1856-1860 by the families that settled the area.

  • Pipestone National Monument

    36 Reservation Ave, Pipestone, MN56164
    507-825-5464

  • Forest City Stockade

    309th street, Litchfield, MN55355
    320-693-8184

  • Northfield Historical Society

    408 Division St, Northfield, MN55057
    507-645-9268

    Northfield Historical Society’ is the site of the infamous James-Younger Bank Raid, an event historians agree was the beginning of the end of Jesse James’ storied outlaw career.

  • Edna G. Tugboat

    Agate Bay, Two Harbors, MN55616
    218-834-4898

  • Stillwater Trolley Company

    400 Nelson St, Stillwater, MN55082
    651-430-0352

    Seasonal 45 minute fully narrated tours of this old lumber town. Beautiful mansions, site of the territorial prison and breathtaking St. Croix river views. Weddings and special events throughout the entire metropolitan area. Telephones answered year round.