Information on houses, mansions, farms and other dwellings located in the United States that were once a private residence and have been converted into a museum because of the historic significance of its architecture, location, resident(s) and/or event(s) that took place there located in Minnesota.
Alexander Ramsey House
Brief description with visitor information, programs, field trips, and upcoming events. Located in St. Paul.
Folsom House
History, upcoming events, and visitor information.
Glensheen
A 7.6 acre estate built between 1905-08 by Chester A. Congdon. Presents the history, tours, activities and events, news, calendar, and contact information. Located in Deluth.
Minnesota Historical Society - Charles A. Lindbergh Historic Site
General information, gallery, complete article, and events located at Little Falls.
Minnesota Historical Society - Comstock House
An 1882 home built by Solomon Comstock, who established the First National Bank and Moorhead State University and helped James J. Hill build a railroad system in the Red River Valley with general information and upcoming events located at Moorhead.
Minnesota Historical Society - James J. Hill House
Completed in 1891, the red sandstone residence was the setting of the public and private lives of the Hill family, includes family information, gallery, and upcoming events located at St. Paul.
Rice County Historical Society - Alexander Faribault House
Built in the Greek Revival style in 1853 for a cost of $4000.00, includes brief biography and general information located at Faribault.
Sibley House Historic Site
Overview from the Minnesota Historical Society includes photo, map, contact information, events calendar, information on admission fees. Located in Mendota.
W. W. Mayo House
Mayo hand-built the Gothic-style home in 1859 and set up his first medical practice in a room upstairs. Features visitor information and upcoming events. Located in Le Sueur .
Warden's House Museum
Built in 1853 as the residence of the Minnesota Territorial Prison warden. Photo and visitor information. Located in Stillwater.
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