This museum provides its’ visitors the opportunity to experience how farmers and settlers lived back in the 19th and early 20th centuries. It also serves the purpose of preserving the history of the community and the county for future generations. The collection of this museum consists of homesteader personal possessions, vintage agricultural equipment, other items that are significant to the community’s past, and some displays about Lewis and Clark. If you want to treat yourself to a little specialty drink before hitting the road again, stop by the coffee shop, which can be found on site, and enjoy a variety of beverages.
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102 Indiana Avenue, Alexander, North Dakota 58831, United States