Birch Coulee Battlefield
Charles Lindbergh House and Museum
Forest History Center
Lac qui Parle Mission
Lower Sioux Agency
Mille Lacs Indian Museum & Trading Post
Snake River Fur Post
Split Rock Lighthouse
Traverse des Sioux
W. W. Mayo House
Collections & Indexes
Search artifacts, people records, digital newspapers, archival collections, and more.
Browse MNHS books, and explore MNopedia, our online Minnesota encyclopedia.
Get your research started with online tools and resources from the Gale Family Library.
Learn how we preserve and protect our state’s objects, documents, and places.
Resources, programs and events to support Minnesota history education for teachers and students.
National History Day
Students choose a topic on an annual theme, then research and present papers, exhibits, performances, documentaries and websites.
Minnesota social studies curriculum for sixth graders.
Supplemental Curriculum Products
Enrich your lessons and engage students in complex history topics with our curriculum products.
Teacher Professional Development
Discover new teaching practices and broaden your knowledge in an MNHS professional development workshop.
6th Grade History Pass
Minnesota 6th graders are granted FREE admission to MNHS historic sites and museums for one year. Teachers and parents may order them now!
Transport your students to hands-on history destinations.
Discounted admission for educators.
Teaching Native American History & Culture
Resources developed to broaden your knowledge and engage students.
Preserving our past, sharing our state's stories and connecting people with history.
Become a Member
Members get the best deal in history with free general admission and discounts on events, purchases, and more at our historic sites and museums for a full year.
Tax-deductible donations of all sizes help MNHS provide extraordinary services to nearly one million visitors each year.
North Star Circle members are a distinguished group of supporters who serve as Minnesota history’s strongest advocates.
Shop for books and gifts relating to the fascinating people, long history, and unique culture of Minnesota.
Advocate for History
Speak up for history. Talk with your legislators, our governor, and your community leaders.