We’ve hit some of the ‘stars’ like Split Rock Lighthouse, Fort Snelling, and the Mill City Museum, but the MNHS also administrates and oversees some lesser-known gems that are worth a visit, too! The post will be full of videos of these historic places and buildings, since I’ve yet to visit them and have no photos of my own to share!
The Comstock House
This video, produced by the Minnesota State Historical Society tells the story of this architectural gem located in the far northwest of the state. (It’s one of the FEW MNHS sites I have yet to visit, though I’m trying to get there!)
The Jeffers Petroglyphs
This video from the MNHS gives you a glimpse of what you can expect when you visit these ancient petroglyphs!
The Minnehaha Depot
This little 'gingerbread' building was known as "The Princess." It was part of the railroad system that linked Minnesota with Chicago and the east coast. It was in operation until 1963 when the Milwaukee Road presented it to the MNHS.
Have you visited a 'lesser-known' historical site in your state that you enjoyed? I'd love to hear about it!
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No One Is Too Tough to be Loved
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