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Accessibility

Accessibility for persons with a mobility disability is through the ground level entrance. The museum is ramped throughout.

Assistive devices may be borrowed: wheelchair, magnifying glasses, reading glasses.

Metered parking for persons with a disability is located on Main Street in front of the museum.

Do Not Miss

SUMMER SPEAKERS' SERIES
Historians Share Their Research on the
La Verendrye and Father Aulneau Story
June 25 and June 26 @ 7pm
Learn more about the 2 part presentation and the presenters

In Our Temporary Exhibit Gallery

ON NOW!
34th Annual LOW Quilters Guild Show
May 28 - June 22 2019
More Info ...

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In 2003, the Museum was visited by royalty. Prince and Princess Michael of Kent (he is cousin to Queen Elizabeth II) toured through the exhibits during a week-long stay on Lake of the Woods.