Autumn in the Village

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Event Location: Freeborn County Historical Museum

1031 Bridge Ave N
Albert Lea, MN 56007

(507) 373-8003 (Phone)

(507) 552-1269 (Fax)

Region: Southern


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  1. Freeborn County Historical Museum, Library & Village

    Freeborn County Historical Museum, Library & Village

    1031 Bridge Ave N
    Albert Lea, MN 56007
    Call: (507) 373-8003

    Established in 1948, the Freeborn County Historical Society consists of a museum, research library & village.

    The Museum showcases over 40 exhibits featuring businesses, destinations and artifacts. The Museum features a turquoise truck owned by actress Marion Ross (Happy Days, That 70's Show, Spongebob Squarepants), who lived in Albert Lea for much of her youth as well as a large collection of artifacts and memorabilia from rockabilly guitarist and accomplished singer/songwriter Eddie Cochran (’Summertime Blues, ‘C’mon Everybody’).

    The Village, with 18 buildings dating from the 1850s to the early 1900s takes you back to a time when eight grades were educated in one room, the general store covered needs not found in the vegetable garden, and one horse-power was a luxury. In addition to the historic buildings, the Village features a large collection of antique farming equipment.

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