Getaways through the Years: Map of properties
Tour a selection of properties by clicking on the numbers below. To guide you, brief descriptions will appear as you move the cursor over the map.
Minnesota Historical Society· 345 W. Kellogg Blvd.,
St. Paul, MN 55102-1906·651-259-3000
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One of Minnesota's first wayside inns, located on a Red River Trail trade route
Commercial building housing a store, library and newspaper office.
Pleasant Grove Masonic Lodge
Oldest known Minnesota building in continuous use as a Masonic lodge.
Mitchell Saloon (in Wykoff Commercial Historic District)
Earliest extant building in Wykoff Commercial Historic District.
Taylors Falls Public Library
Eastlake-style former residence and tailor shop, converted to library use.
Lakeside resort built as actors' retreat.
Fairmont Opera House
In continuous use as multipurpose performing arts center.
Crane Island Historic District
Summer community of residential cottages for middle-class Christian families.
Larson's Hunters Resort
Hunting lodge for game-bird hunters.
Kitchi Gammi Club
Private social club for prominent businessmen in northeastern Minnesota.
Mudbaden Sulphur Springs Company
Health spa resort promised to cure many ailments.
Burntside Lodge Historic District
Earliest full-scale resort in the region, with large collection of log buildings.
Drammen Farmers' Club
Social club and community center.
Mahnomen County Fairgrounds Historic District
Built by WPA to house annual agricultural fair.
Edgewater Beach Cottages
Tourist resort featuring rare stovewood construction.
Clarence W. Wigington (Harriet Island) Pavilion
Park building designed by St. Paul's first black civic architect.