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.During road construction in Little Falls (2019), follow directions found here to get through town.
Reminder: The World Wars Mishmash reception is tonight from 6:30 p.m. – 8: 00 p.m. at The Charles A. Weyerhaeuser Memorial Museum. This event is free and open to the public.
Have you been to our website? Have you managed to get past the home page? If not, give it a whirl. The website underwent a major overhaul last December (2006) and now has photos sprinkled throughout, along with about 100 pages of history. See if you can identify the unidentified…
We’ve recently added two new books to our gift shop offerings. Both are about architects, and, surprise! They’re both by the same author, Paul Clifford Larson. One is Cass Gilbert Abroad: The Young Architect’s European Tour. The other is Minnesota Architect: The Life and Work of Clarence H. Johnston. Both…
The Weyerhaeuser Museum has a new exhibit, the result of our class for kids called “When Artifacts Speak . . . How to Mount a Museum Exhibit.” Five kids ages 12-15 took the class, 3 boys and 2 girls. They learned about the different elements in a museum exhibit, how…