An outstanding and unique collection of Norse antiques has been assembled in this homestead of an early Norwegian settler. The original cabins, built in 1856, have been preserved and are the showcase of the museum's artifacts. Additionally, the complex includes the "Norway Building," a tour highlight. Built in Norway for Chicago's Colombian exposition of 1893, it is a fine example of ancient Norse Church Architecture.
Hours of Operation
May-Oct 9am-5pm, July & August until 7pm.
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State Historic Sign Site
Articles: Little Norway