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    500 N Main St
    Le Sueur, MN 56058
    Call: (507) 665-2501

    Le Sueur is 50 miles south of the Minneapolis/St. Paul metro area or 25 miles north of Mankato on Highway 169. Population: approximately 4,000, Founded: 1852, Incorporated: 1867

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    Call: (507) 665-2050

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    Jun 3, 2019 - Sep 3, 2019

    This was once a Le Sueur school building and has been converted into a museum. It features a complete history of the Green Giant Company -- noted worldwide for the famous Green Giant vegetable products. It also has excellent displays of veterinary medicine and an "old time" drug store. Other exhibits available at the Le Sueur Museum: Radio Room, Early Schools and Hotels, Post Office, Agriculture in the Valley, Art Exhibit, Military Display and Bands in Le Sueur.

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    Call: (507) 267-4091

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