Mille Lacs Indian Museum and Trading Post

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Rates

  • $10 adults, $8 seniors, veterans/active military, and college students, $6 ages 5-17, free age 4 and under and MNHS and Mille Lacs Band members

Open

    • April 1, 2018 - October 31, 2018

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Located on a Lake or River

  • Mille Lacs

Directions

  • located off U.S. Hwy 169 on the southwest shore of Mille Lacs Lake, 8 miles south of Garrison, 12 miles north of Onamia. GPS: 46.1767,-93.7559

Other Date Information

  • Open Wednesday-Saturday 11 am-4 pm Sept. 4-Oct. 31, 2018. Trading Post open year-round.

Attraction Attributes

  • Accessible to Disabled
  • Can Accommodate Groups of 45 or more
  • Native American Heritage

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Events

  1. We Are Water MN Traveling Exhibit

    We Are Water MN Traveling Exhibit

    43411 Oodena Drive
    Onamia, MN 56359
    Call: (320) 532-3632

    Host: Mille Lacs Indian Museum, Minnesota Historical Society

    Don't pass up this chance to connect with Minnesota’s water stories! This exhibit is kid and family friendly.

    We Are Water MN is a partnership created to collaboratively share Minnesota’s water stories, visiting different communities for 6 weeks at a time. Each local host community will use this traveling exhibit to help tell their local water stories: the history; sacredness to Minnesota’s first people, the Dakota and Ojibwe; current stresses on water; and how water affects every element of life.

    You'll also experience events and programs designed to explore and celebrate local waterways, stories from community members about water, and facts about water health in each region.

    Special events, like speaker series, community book reads, recreation outings, and concerts, will be listed on the website.

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