McLean County Historical Society Museum

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McLean County Historical Society Museum ,
602 Main Ave.,
Washburn, ND
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The McLean County Museum has been open since 1968. It has many collections and displays of historic items of McLean County and North Dakota. Exhibits include geological, wildlife, Native American, Missouri River, musical, education and military displays to name a few. The museum also has a research area for those interested in doing research on McLean County and family history.

The Mclean County Historical Society also owns the Nettle Creek one-room schoolhouse (1st schoolhouse in McLean County) and the Joseph Taylor Cabin. The McLean County Historical Society built and owns the replica of Fort Mandan. It is now leased to the State Historical Society of North Dakota.

There is a lot to see in Washburn and at the Mclean County Museum.

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    • Self-guided Tours
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McLean County Historical Society Museum

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