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Historical Attractions

Alexander Ramsey House
St. Paul: 265 S Exchange St
651.296.8760
parties

American Swedish Institute
Minneapolis: 2600 Park Ave S
612.871.4907
camps, parties
Kids at the Castle

Anoka County History Center
Anoka: 2135 3rd Ave N
763.421.0600

Ard Godfrey House
Minneapolis: 28 University Ave SE
612.813.5300

Firefighters Hall & Museum
Minneapolis: 664 22nd Ave NE
612.623.3817
parties

Bloomington Historical Society
Bloomington: 10200 Penn Ave S
952.881.4114

Carver County Museum 
Waconia: 555 W 1st St
952.442.4234

Cathedral of St. Paul
St. Paul: 239 Selby Ave
651.228.1766

Center for Holocaust & Genocide Studies
Minneapolis: 267 19th Ave S
612.624.9007

Crystal Cave
Spring Valley, WI: W965 WI 29
7715.778.4414

Dakota City Heritage Village & Museum
Farmington: 4008 220th St W
651.460.8050
parties

The Depot Museum
White Bear Lake: 4th St &  Hwy 61
651.407.5327

Edina Historical Center
Edina: 4711 W 70th St
612.928.4577
parties

Eidem Homestead
Brooklyn Park: 4345 101st Ave N
763.493.4604

Faribault Woolen Mill Co.
Faribault: 1500 NW 2nd Ave
507.412.5510

The Fillebrown House
White Bear Lake: 4735 Lake Ave
651.407.5327

Folsom House
Taylors Falls: 272 W Government St
651.465.3125

Foshay Tower
Minneapolis: 821 Marquette Ave
612.215.3783

Gammelgarden Museum
Scandia: 20880 Olinda Trail N
651.433.5033, parties

Hay Lake School & Erickson Log House Museum
Marine on St. Croix: 14020 195th St N
651.433.4014

Gibbs Farm
Falcon Heights: 2097 W Larpenteur Ave
651.646.8629
camps

Grimm Farm Historic Site
Victoria: 7025 Victoria Dr
763.694.7650

Hennepin History Museum
Minneapolis: 2303 3rd Ave S
612.870.1329

Historic Fort Snelling
St. Paul: 200 Tower Ave
612.726.1171
parties

Holz Farm Park
Eagan: 4665 Manor Dr
651.675.5500

Indian Mounds Park
St. Paul: 10 Mounds Blvd
651.266.6400
parties

James Ford Bell Library
Minneapolis: 309-19th Ave S, #472
612.624.1528

James J. Hill House
St. Paul: 240 Summit Ave
651.297.2555
story time

The Landing
Shakopee: 2187 Hwy 101 E
763.694.7784

The Landmark Center
St. Paul: 75 W 5th St
651.292.3225

Laura Ingalls Wilder Memorial Society & Big Woods Cabin
Pepin, WI: 306 Third St
   715.513.6383
Stockholm, WI: Wayside Cabin N3228 Cty CC

Lawshe Memorial Museum
So St. Paul: 130 3rd Ave N 651.437.3191

LeDuc Historic Estate
Hastings: 1629 Vermillion St
651.438.8480

Little Canada History Center
Little Canada: 515 Little Canada Rd E
651.766.4044

Mill City Museum
Minneapolis: 704 2nd St
612.341.7555

Minneapolis American Indian Center
Minneapolis: 1530 E Franklin Ave
612.879.1700

Minnesota Children’s Museum
Bloomington: Mall of America
St. Paul: 10 W 7th St
651.225.6000
camps, parties, free 3rd Sun

Minnesota Governor’s Residence
St. Paul: 1006 Summit Ave
651.201.3464

Minnesota History Center 
St. Paul: 345 Kellogg Blvd W 651.259.3000

MNOpedia

Minnesota State Capitol
St. Paul: 75 Rev Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd
651.296.2881

Oliver Kelley Farm
Elk River: 15788 Kelley Farm Rd
763.441.6896

Paisley Park
Chanhassen: 7801 Audobon Rd

Pavek Museum of Broadcasting
St. Louis Park: 3515 Raleigh Ave
952.926.8198

Placeography

Prospect Park Water Tower
Minneapolis: 55 Malcolm Ave SE

Ramsey County Historical Society
St. Paul: 323 Landmark Center, 75 W 5th St
651.222.0701

Richfield Historical Society
Richfield: 6901 Lyndale Ave S
612.798.6140

Robbinsdale Historical Society
Robbinsdals: 4915 42nd Ave N
763.202.3529

St. Michael Historical Society
St. Michael: 11800 Town Center Dr NE
763.497.7967

St. Paul Police Historical Society
St. Paul: 367 Grove St
651.266.5573

Scott County History Center & Stans Museum
Shakopee: 235 S Fuller St
952.445.0378

Schubert Club Museum
St. Paul: 75 W 5th St
651.292.3267

Sibley House Historical Site
Mendota: 1357 Sibley Memorial Hwy
651.452.1596
parties

The Stone Arch Bridge

Wabasha Street Caves
St. Paul: 215 Wabasha St S
651.224.1191
parties

Warden’s House Museum
Stillwater: 602 N Main St
651.439.5956

Washington County Historical Society
651.439.5956

Wayzata Historical Museum
Wayzata: 402 E Lake St
952.473.3631

White Bear Lake Area Historical Society
2228 4th St
651.407.5327

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