Murray County Museum Opening By Appointment Frank Thayer: An Architect’s Story by Rose Moudry Baseball of Murray County by Bill Bolin Call for Project Bids Dinehart Lecture: Railroads of Murray County Lunchbox Lecture – Murray County in the 1920s PowerPoint Large Grant Awarded for Work on Dinehart Holt House Lunchbox Lecture – Draining the Great Oasis Lunchbox Lecture – Cemetery Tour Slide Show Self-Guided Cemetery Tour Covid-19 Self Interview Take Home History — Free Educational Packets for Children Murray County Historical Society Receives SMAC Grant for 2020 Dinehart Holt House Front Porch Music Series Murray County Historical Museum “Doing Our Bit” Murray County Historical Museum has another great year! Lunchbox Lecture – Nov. 14 Walt Benton and his Music Preservation Tips: LUNCHBOX LECTURES – SEASON SIX VOLUNTEERS NEEDED International Holiday Traditions 2019 Annual Meeting Glensheen: The Musical Mnopedia Story – Sweetman Catholic Colony 2018 Fundraiser A Tale of Twenty Typewriters: The Process of Deaccession Become A Member Dinehart Holt House Historic Structure Report Mnopedia Story – Chandler-Lake Wilson Tornado (1992) Mnopedia Story – Murray County Mnopedia Story – Minnesota’s First Female Sheriff – from Murray County Mnopedia Story – Murray County Fair Legacy grant helps Museum hire a writer for MNopedia Articles New in the Collection Legacy grant helps Museum Purchase a new Microfilm Reader Keeping the Collections: Deaccessioning Textile Inventory Project Waning Years of the 1891 Murray County Courthouse Brought to Light

Murray County Museum Opening By Appointment

Following new guidelines set by Minnesota, the Murray County Museum will be opening to the public by appointment on June 16th. Researchers and visitors must call ahead at 507-836-6533 or email museum@co.murray.mn.us. Tours of the Dinehart Holt House, Wornson Cabin, and Sierk Building are still postponed until a later date.

The Murray County Museum will be open by appointment Tuesday through Friday from 10 am – 5 pm. If you must come on a Saturday, call early to set up an appointment so staff can plan for it.

When you visit please bring and wear a mask.  No more than 10 visitors will be allowed in the museum at one time. Hand sanitizer and hand washing are available at the museum. Social distancing signage has been established on the floors. Since our life-sized poster of baseball player, Jit Lowe, is about 6 ft. tall, we ask visitors to stay a “Jit” away from each other when touring the museum.

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