Manfred History and Preservation, Inc.
The Manfred Heritage Museum is open May 1 to September 30, Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. The tiny community of Manfred was placed in the National Register of Historic Places in 2017. The public is warmly welcome to enjoy this authentic settlers' community celebrating rural America! To visit in person, Manfred is in central North Dakota between Harvey and Fessenden on Highway 52. To visit Manfred virtually, go to its website Manfrednd.org, and/or follow Manfred through its social media site.
The Manfred Heritage Museum hosts an annual festival featuring a field day for 4th grade students in conjunction with their North Dakota Studies course. For this educational event, the students rotate, in groups, to six stations with presentations on various topics common to the era of the pioneer settlers. The public is welcome to tag along. To accommodate all the schools in the region wishing to attend, field trips will be planned over two days during the week following Labor Day of 2022. See Manfrednd.org and/or Manfred's social media site for updates.
Manfred History and Preservation, Inc. (MHP, Inc.) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization that oversees the operation of the Manfred Heritage Museum. MHP, Inc. also publishes an historical periodical. To subscribe to the periodical or to donate, write to MHP, Inc. 130 S Lake Ave, Manfred ND 58341. For more information or to volunteer, please call or text: 701-399-6782 or email: [email protected]
- Dates of Operation
May 1-September 30
- Free Admission
- Hours of Operation
Guided tours available. Call for booking outside of listed hours.