Today is History. Live it, save it, share it.
Since its founding in 1936, the Morrison County Historical Society (MCHS) has been dedicated to the history of ALL of the county's residents, from those who live the quietest of lives to those whose names become headlines, from permanent to temporary residents.
Admission to The Charles A. Weyerhaeuser Memorial Museum is free so that all can have access to Morrison County's history.
MCHS is committed to documenting not only events & people long past but contemporary events & people for future study.
MCHS's ethos can be summed up as: "Today is History. Live it, save it, share it." We encourage you to do the same.
Hours & Location
10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Closed Sunday, Monday & Thursday.
Closed: New Year's Day, July 4, Thanksgiving, Christmas & All Monday Holidays
The museum is open year-round, except for major holidays, off-site events, and occasional closings for bad weather. Check our blog posts below and/or our social media accounts for info on closings.
The museum is located in Little Falls, Minnesota, at 2151 South Lindbergh Drive, just south of the Lindbergh Historic Site.
Google Maps will show you the way.
If you’ve tried to get to the Weyerhaeuser Museum on Lindbergh Drive over the last month or so, you know that the road was impassable between the Lindbergh Home, Lindbergh State Park and the Weyerhaeuser Museum. The detour was approximately 10-minutes long and took you out of town and up…
While working on the Nathan Richardson book (“A Big Hearted Paleface Man“), our Richardson collection expanded exponentially. We already had a nice number of artifacts from the family, most donated by Nate’s daughter Mary early on in the society’s history. There were some genealogical documents gathered by previous staff of…
Since 2003 we’ve been collecting recipes . . . well, they’re not exactly recipes. We like to call them non-recipe recipes. These are the throw-together foods you eat, impromptu stuff that isn’t written down in a recipe book. It could be something a relative taught you to eat, like putting…
I was just looking at the viewing statistics for our website and what I found was quite interesting. Our users (that’d be you) regularly visit our home page, this newsfeed, our family names index, and the cemetery page. Various history articles are visited here and there, a good mix of…