Ada: Prairie Village.
Historical Museum. Open June - August on Tues. and Thurs. 2-5 pm.
Argyle: Argyle Depot Museum.
Open Sunday afternoons in summer. Tours call 218-437-6621.
Preserved Great Northern Depot, log shanty, and old jail.
Argyle: Old Mill State Park.
13 Miles east of Argyle on County Road #4. Larson Mill and pioneer
cabin. National historic registry for WPA building site.
Open year-round. 218-437-8174
Baudette: Lake of the Woods
County Museum. 8th Ave. SE. Open May - Sept. 10-4 Tue - Sat.
Exhibits centered around topics of local and natural history.
Baudette: Historical sites.
Fort St. Charles at Northwest Angle; Wilderness Drive Area; Norris Camp.
Crookston: Polk County
Historical Museum. Free Late May - mid Sept. 218-281-1038.
East Grand Forks: Heritage
Center. Next to technical college. Festival 3rd weekend in
East Grand Forks:
Stages. Theater camps for kids, touring theater troupe Safari who
provides youth from your community with a week long theater experience
that results in a full scale production
Fosston: East Polk
County Historical Center. June - mid Sept. Free.
Theater, and Visual Art Gallery. 4th and Foss.
Sites. Summer by appointment 218-378-4380. The County Store
Museum, Log Barn and House, School Museum, Train Depot, Telephone
Building, and 1914 House.
Grand Forks: Alerus
Entertainment Center. Ticketmaster for details on schedule.
Grand Forks: Artsplace
Gallery. 1110 2nd Ave. N. Open daily. 701-746-6479.
Grand Forks: Browning Arts
Gallery. 23 S. 4th St. 701-746-5090.
Grand Forks: Chester Fritz
Auditorium. Ticketmaster for details on schedule.
Grand Forks: Empire Arts
Center. 415 DeMers Ave. Ticketmaster for details on schedule.
Grand Forks: Firehall
Theater. 412 2nd Av. N. Productions every month throughout
the year. 701-746-0847.
Grand Forks: North Dakota
Museum of Art. Contemporary art museum. Open daily.
Grand Forks. Ralph
Engelstad Arena. Ticketmaster for details on schedule.
Grand Forks: River Front
Gallery. 17 3rd St. N. 701-795-8971
Greenbush: Pelan Pioneer
Park. 9 miles west on Highway 11. Restored Pioneer Village,
wild flower gardens and berries.
Lake Bronson: Kittson
County Museum - Free admission 9-5 weekdays; 1-5 Sat and Sun in
Middle River: Olde Depot
Theater - Goose Festival Production 1st weekend in October
Oslo: American Legion
Museum. War relics. Tours call Ole at 218-695-2721.
Red Lake Falls: Old
Crossing and Treaty Park. 10 miles NW. Monuments commemorate
the Ox Cart Trail across the Red River at this site, and the signing of
the treaty in 1863.
Red Lake Falls: Of the
Land Gallery. Downtown. Retail location for pottery made by
local artisans with Red Lake clay.
Roseau: Pioneer Farm
and Village. 2 miles west of Roseau on Hwy 11. Festival
every August. Summer hours 12-5 Monday - Friday.
Historical Museum. Open year round. 9-4 Monday - Friday.
Location: 121 Center Street E. 218-463-1918
Experience. This state of the art museum focuses on the history of
Shelly: Red River History
Museum. Features a Red River collection. 218-886-7335.
Shevlin: The History Center.
Open all year 10-4 Tues - Fri and Sat. in the summer.
Stephen: Old Home Town
Museum - open June - September. 218-478-2456 for tours
Stephen: Stephen Arts
Council Center. Variety of programming. Space for rent.
Contact Betty Pikop 218-478-2213.
Thief River Falls: Peder
Engelstad Pioneer Village. Open Memorial Day - Labor Day daily
from 1-5 pm. Lifelike historical village with 19 buildings.
South on Hwy 32.
Thief River Falls:
Visual Art Gallery at Northland Community Technical College
Twin Valley: Heritage
Center. Exhibits and art by local painter Gene Lysaker. Open
Square. May - Sept. Closed Mondays and Tuesdays. Eight store
fronts, antique farm machinery and the UFO Sheriff's car of Marshall
County. East end of Johnson Ave.
Summer Theater (productions on weekends throughout the summer)
Warroad: Marvin Museum.
Opened in fall 2005 this state of the art museum focuses on the history
of Marvin Windows and Doors.