Grand Rapids, MN 55744, USA
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2727 S Pokegama Ave, Grand Rapids, MN 55744, USA
Children's Discovery Museum
To enrich the lives of the children in Northern Minnesota through fun, educational, and hands-on learning experiences, and to spark the joy of discovery through the exploration of science, arts, and humanities.
880 Gary St, Bovey, MN 55709, USA
Hill Annex Mine
- Tours of Mine/Facilities
- Historic Site
- Clubhouse Museum
- Scenic Overlook
- Fossil Hunt
2609 Co Rd 76, Grand Rapids, MN 55744, USA
Forest History Center
Experience the stories of the north woods and the lumberjacks who called these forests home. Meet the colorful inhabitants of a recreated 1900 logging camp — and learn about Minnesota’s forests of yesterday and today through interactive exhibits and nature trails
17 Co Rd 63, Grand Rapids, MN 55744, USA
Your Local Paddle Shop
Whether your looking for an afternoon excursion, rentals for your vacation, something special like a team building paddle, or gear to call your own, we've got the products and expertise to help you enjoy the great outdoors.
201 North Pokegama Avenue, Grand Rapids, MN, USA
Itasca County Historical Society
Itasca County Historical Society’s mission is to connect people to the history of Itasca County.
In 1948 a group of concerned citizens realized that, in fast-changing times, there was a need to preserve the rich and intriguing history of Itasca County. Thus was formed the Itasca County Historical Society (ICHS).
Originally housed in the Itasca County Courthouse, the continued acquisition of artifacts and documents made the move to a larger facility necessary.
In 1984 the Society moved to historic Central School, which it had fought earlier to preserve from a proposal to raze the building to the ground in order to build a parking lot.
In the last several years the Society has been through major changes, hiring a new executive director, and developing new exhibits.
Most recently, the Society purchased and moved to it permanent home at 201 North Pokegama Avenue, previously the “Corcoran Building”. The new location houses the Itasca Museum, Gift Shop, the Karjala Genealogy and History Research Center, and preservation room filled with all it’s objects.
Aside from collecting and preserving records, the Society performs outreach through traveling exhibits, newspaper articles and other written materials, and educational programs.
The history that the ICHS works to collect, preserve, interpret, and disseminate is YOUR history, YOUR past, YOUR heritage. We hope to continue to serve you for the next sixty years and beyond. We appreciate your support, and we welcome your involvement
2727 South Pokegama Avenue, Grand Rapids, MN, USA
Judy Garland Museum
Welcome to the Judy Garland Museum® home of the world’s largest Judy Garland and Wizard of Oz collection, the restored Historic House, the Children’s Discovery Museum, and beautiful gardens. Located on 2 acres at 2727 Pokegama Avenue South, you are in for a real treat with the exhibits, artifacts, Museum Store, and the Lincoln Carriage, featured in "The Wizard of Oz", which was pulled by the “horse of a different color.” The Museum is designed with all ages in mind. Come, enjoy, and step back in time. After all “there is no place like home.”
The Mission of the Judy Garland Museum ® is: To engage people in exploring the life and times of Judy Garland. The Museum encourages visitors to learn about this great 20th Century artist through educational exhibits, publications, and special events.
To honor the talent and legacy of America’s Treasure, Judy Garland.
10 Northwest 5th Street, Grand Rapids, MN, USA
Historic Central School
Historic Central School, located in downtown Grand Rapids, was built in 1895 in the Richardsonian Romanesque style of architecture. The three story building served as an elementary school from 1895 to 1972. A community effort restored the building in 1984 after its listing on the National Register of Historic Places in 1977. Central School has been managed by City of Grand Rapids, since its restoration, as a multi-tenant location for commerce, culture and community events. Central School is situated on a full block in the center of the downtown business district, bounded by US Hwy. 2 on the south, 5th St. N. on the north, 1st Ave. W. on the west and Pokegama Avenue N. on the east.