We were in town to celebrate Syttende Mai and found out their historical museum was also open. It was closed the other times we visited. This is the 2015 hours.
Historical markers on site.
There are two floors to explore here, so many interesting artifacts. This is a bedroom display.
Some homes even had a Rosemaling room. Such a beautiful art form!
An instrument we were familiar with since we saw it at the McFarland Larson House, the Psalmodicon.
Here is a display of native dresses, called bunads.
One of the best things we saw here, a 1925 fire truck!
There is so much here to see, a great place to visit any Saturday between mid-May to Labor Day.