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Suzanne Herrick, 612-247-3079, firstname.lastname@example.org
MEDIA ALERT: Minnesota Historical Society Sites Kick Off the 2022 Summer Season
Historic sites reopening between May 27 and June 10
Ten Minnesota historic sites will soon be ready to greet visitors again for the summer season with new programs, events, lectures, workshops, classes, performances and guided tours.
MNHS sites reopening include:
- May 27, Charles Lindbergh House and Museum
- May 27, Folsom House
- May 28, Comstock House
- May 28, Historic Forestville
- May 28, Historic Fort Snelling
- May 28, Mille Lacs Indian Museum and Trading Post
- June 1, Forest History Center
- June 1, Jeffers Petroglyphs
- June 3, Snake River Fur Post
- June 10, Oliver Kelley Farm
Events are being added weekly on the Minnesota Historical Society’s (MNHS) calendar at www.mnhs.org/calendar. For complete hours and locations, visit www.mnhs.org/visit. For site press kits, including images visit www.mnhs.org/media/kits.
MNHS sites including the James J. Hill House, Lower Sioux Agency, Mill City Museum, Minnesota History Center, Minnesota State Capitol, Split Rock Lighthouse and the W.W. Mayo House are currently open with events and exhibits.
Trail sites are also open for Birch Coulee Battlefield, Traverse des Sioux, Marine Mill, Lac qui Parle Mission and Fort Ridgley.
About the Minnesota Historical Society
The Minnesota Historical Society is a non-profit educational and cultural institution established in 1849. MNHS collects, preserves and tells the story of Minnesota’s past through museum exhibits, libraries and collections, historic sites, educational programs and book publishing. Using the power of history to transform lives, MNHS preserves our past, shares our state’s stories and connects people with history. Visit us at mnhs.org.