You can add yet another location to the list of places that have been reopening their doors to the public.

The Minnesota History Center will open its doors to the public on October 1st. And they have got a couple of really cool exhibits to check out for every Prince fan and First Avenue fan -- or both.

With the health and safety of visitors and staff at the forefront of planning, MNHS is pleased to announce the opening of the Minnesota History Center in St. Paul and the trading post (retail store) at the Mille Lacs Indian Museum in Onamia, beginning Oct. 1, 2020 - Minnesota History Society

 

The two exhibits are -- Prince: Before The Rain and First Avenue: Stories From Minnesota Main Room. Now because the pandemic shut everything down for a while, the two exhibits have been extended until January 3rd, 2021. But they highly recommend you get tickets asap because they will be limiting entries.

 


 

First Avenue In One Word from Minnesota Historical Society on Vimeo.

  • Hours are: Thursday through Saturday 10a - 4p and Sunday 11a - 4p
  • Museum admission: $8-12 and members are free
  • Tickets go on sale September 24th
  • www.mnhs.org/historycenter
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The Trading Post at the Mille Lacs Indian Museum will also be reopening just in time for holiday shopping. Get more information at www.mnhs.org/millelacs.

[source: www.mnhs.org]