Dunn County Historical Museum
Local history museum showcasing authentic memorabilia and agricultural equipment from the homesteading era through mid-1960s. SPECIAL EXHIBIT THIS SUMMER: Restored military escort wagon; few on display anywhere in the US. Sibley stove, portable forge, Army tack, etc. accompanies the wagon. Main museum building with Knife River flint, post office, bank, music room, kitchen and railroad displays, dressmaker's shop, barber shop, toys, dolls, local church history and models, photographs, oral history collection, research books and much more. Western Room with antique car, tools, buggies, saddles, chuckwagon, barbed wire. Machinery building with tractors, implements, fire trucks, wrecker, REA cart, REC truck. Courtyard with new Dunn County Veteran's Monument. Outbuildings include fully furnished one-room schoolhouse, log cabin and homesteader's shack. Families welcome; scavenger hunt for kids. Visit our website at www.dunncountymuseum.org or call 701-548-8111 for info on exhibits.
- Guided Tours
- Self-Guided Tours
- Dates of Operation
May 24-September 3, 2018.
$5/adult; 14 & under, and members, FREE! Discount for schools and nursing home/assisted living groups.
- Hours of Operation
May 24-September 3, 2018: Thursday-Sunday 10 a.m.-4 p.m., MT. Other times, days or seasons visits may be arranged by calling ahead, please.