"A Century of Walking Art"
With Ann Tracy
The Sibley County
and Historical Society
-Where encountering the past is exciting and new
or a visit with an old friend
Welcome, History Explorers!
We are so happy that you have chosen to make us part of your historical journey! We have two paths for you to follow.
The first will take you to the home page of the Sibley County Museum in Henderson. This wonderful museum is housed in the Poehler mansion, which is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places. We would love to have you tour the museum!
The second will take you to the home page of the Sibley County Historical Society, where you will learn about the many historical resources available through the Society.
The Sibley County Museum
The August F. Poehler Home
National Registry of Historical Places
Fully vaccinated guests are not required to wear a mask when visiting the museum. Unvaccinated guests are encouraged
to wear a mask and maintain social distancing.
Volunteers continue to work at the museum during the week but do not maintain regular hours. We are available on most Thursdays to assist individuals who are interested in doing genealogy and need some research help . At this time of the year, anyone wishing to tour the museum or do research, should call 507-248-3434 to make
an appointment at least a week before the desired time.
Museum and Historical Society Location
Other Sibley County Historical Opportunities
Knowledge for All
Arlington Historical Museum and Society
May- Arli-Dazzle (First weekend in December)
1st & 3rd Saturdays of the month
9:00 am- 12:00 pm
322 West Main Street
The Arlington Historical Society was developed in 1999 as a part of the city of a five-year plan for the city of Arlington because of citizens' desire to preserve their city's history. Its goals are to collect and preserve artifacts, records and other information concerning the city's history. It also strives to restore local historic monuments and buildings and other items to their original appearances, and records of these restoration projects, once completed, become a part of the society's collection which is available to the public.
Address: 204 Shamrock Drive, Arlington, MN 55307
Email: email@example.com (Dwight Grabitske - Secretary)
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Winthrop Community Historical Society
The Winthrop Community Historical Society is located at 223 N. Carver Street. The museum contains growing displays of Winthrop Businesses, professionals and residents’ artifacts, letters and pictures.
Hours are Tuesdays from 9-12. During summer months (June-August) the museum will also be open from 10am-2pm on Sundays.
The museum is open to the public at other times upon request. To contact the Winthrop Historical Society for more information or to make an appointment, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Diane 507-766-0895, Karen at 507-276-0252 Barb at 507-647-5671, Rob at 507-766-4035, Barb at 507-766-5872 or Winthrop City Hall at 507-647-5306.