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1836 Henry Hastings Sibley house, Minnesota's first state governor's house. Exhibits include Indian artifacts, textiles and glassware. Guided tours available.
This park offers extensive hiking, bike and ski trails that link to Minnehaha Park and the Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge. Canoe on Gun Club Lake, play golf, swim in...
The historic Fort and History center is filled with frontier social history and military material from the 1820's-1840's.
Located on the grounds of the 133d Airlift Wing are collections of aircraft and artifacts flown by the 109th Squadron of the Minnesota Air National Guard.
At the Nature Center visitors can view collections of pressed, mounted and identified plants and stuffed animals, live reptiles and amphibians, an arboretum, and an heirloon plant...
Collections of British and Asian ceramics and contemporary and historical prints are featured exhibits at the gallery.
The late 19th century Victorian mansion belonging to the Ramsey family is filled with original furnishings and artifacts.
This historic home c1891, belonging to James J. Hill, the builder of the Great Northern Railway, is filled with original furnishings and decorative artwork from the family.
Experience 8 acres of exhibits and the Omnitheatre with educational films narrated by famous personalities.