• Andrew J. Volstead House Museum Organization

    163 9th Ave, Granite Falls, MN56241

    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.

  • End-O-Line Railroad Park and Museum

    440 N Mill St, Currie, MN56123

    The End-O-Line Railroad Park evokes the spirit of a small frontier railroad town. The End-O-Line is a fun and educational destination for large tours as well as quaint family gatherings. You will be surprised by what you find at this beautiful museum.

  • Hennepin Overland Model Railroad Museum

    2501 E 38th Street, Minneapolis, MN55402

  • Hinkly House

    217 Freeman Ave N, Luverne, MN56156

  • Longfellow House

    4800 Minnehaha, Minneapolis, MN55417

  • Longyear Drill Site/City of Hoyt Lakes

    206 Kennedy Memorial Dr, Hoyt Lakes, MN55750

    Hoyt Lakes has a resort atmosphere with two beautiful lakes, a community golf course, a beautiful campground, multipurpose arena and the great outdoors of northeastern Minnesota.

  • Brown County Historical Society

    2 North Broadway, New Ulm, MN56073

    Brown County Historical Society in New Ulm, Minnesota is an iconic building that used to be a Post Office. Putting a face on history since 1930!

  • Cathedral of Saint Paul

    239 Selby Ave, St Paul, MN55102

    One of the most recognizable buildings in the upper Midwest, the Cathedral of Saint Paul, situated on a hill overlooking the capital city, dramatically marks the skyline with its Beaux Arts style and dome that soars over 306 feet high.

  • Down In History Tours

    The Wabasha Street Caves, 215 Wabasha Street SouthSt Paul, MN55107

    Historic Tours done by costumed characters who relate the tales from their perspective. We offer the Saint Paul Gangster Tour, Lost Souls Tours, Ghost & Graves Tours, Twin Town Tacky Tour, and also the Historic Cave Tour.

  • Westonka History Museum

    5341 Maywood Road, Mound, MN55364
    (952) 472-9800

    A museum highlighting Tonka Toys and the northwestern side of Lake Minnetonka