Minnesota Historical Society
The Minnesota Historical Society is marking the 150th anniversary of the U.S.-Dakota War of 1862 with a new exhibit and other programs.
Even when there isn’t time to visit a museum in person, it’s easy to get a virtual glimpse and any number of exhibitions.
Every once in a while I meet someone who has no idea the range of programming offered by the Minnesota Historical Society, and how fun so much of it is.
The Minnesota Historical Society announced plans to accommodate a $1.6 million cut in state government funding for annual operations of its programs.
Taking a historical tour of the Minnesota State Fair is as easy as picking up your phone.
Two Minnesota landmarks have earned a coveted designation.
The state shutdown has ended, and regardless of what you think of the outcome, at least all the fun places that were closed are now open again, including state parks and the Minnesota Historical Society properties, including this fun stop near Grand Rapids.
The Minnesota Historical Society plans to reopen its museums, historic sites and library to the public Saturday after the state government shutdown ends.
It may not feel like it, but with Memorial Day this weekend, summer is (un)officially here. Time to think about getting back outdoors after a lengthy winter and draggy spring. But where to go?
Some artifacts from Minnesota’s past will be on display at the state Capitol Wednesday as part of History Matters Day.
Former Gov. Tim Pawlenty’s personal side peeks out of the archives from his eight years as governor, such as handwritten notes thanking Republican lawmakers for sticking with him during a tough legislative session two years ago.
Outgoing Gov. Tim Pawlenty is turning over his “Veto Pen” to the Minnesota Historical Society.
Want to marry a love for history and a high-tech tendency? There will soon be an app for that.