Open Year Around
Monday - Friday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Guided tours at 10:00 am and 1:00 pm
For weekend guided tours (May through October) please go to the big Barn. Saturdays 8:30-2:00 and Sundays 12:00 - 4:00
Tours take 60-90 minutes
Tour prices: Adults $5, Kids 10 and under $1.
We offer daily tours in English. With advance arrangement we offer tours in Swedish, German and Spanish.
Groups are welcome but need advance booking, please call for scheduling.
Grounds are always open for self guided tours and enjoyment.
Winter Flea Market Donations
by appointment only, please call
2014 Calendar of Events
Join us weekdays January, February,
March and April for a look at
'The Real McCoy' exhibit
in the 1884 Victorian Farmhouse
Pavilion Winter Flea Market Sales
Saturday, March 1 from 9:00 - 2:00 pm
Saturday, April 5 from 9:00 - 2:00 pm
Barn Flea Market
May 3 through October 26
Saturday's 7:30 am - 2:00 pm
Sunday's 12:00 - 4:00 pm
Free Collectors Share Day
Hobbyists bring in their collections and
share with the public
(i.e. stamp collections, coin collections, postcards,
ball caps, pennants, etc.)
Sunday June 15, 12:00 - 4:00 pm
Farmers Market in Parking Lot
Saturday's June 28 - October 25
7:30 am until sold out
Free Heritage Hillside Series
Family Entertainment, different each week..
Bring a blanket or chair and a picnic.
Rain or shine!
Wednesday's July 9 - August 20
6:30 - 8:00 pm
More information on bands to come.
Slideshow of previous bands-
left click- let it load then press F5 on your keyboard
(file is large)
Annual Membership Meeting
Thursday August 21
September 26 - 27 - 28
Friday Evening Spaghetti Dinner 4:30 - 7:00 pm
Saturday FUN Run - 5Mile & 5 K Run 5 Mile Walk,
Kids 3/4 Mile Run
Registration 7:30 am, Run 8:00 am
Sunday Heritage Days Festival
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Exhibitors, Demonstrators, Craft Vendors, Stagecoach
Rides, Pony Rides, Blacksmith, Black Powder Demos,
St Croix Rock Hounds, Civil War Enactment, Food Tent, Ice Cream,
Penny Candy, Petting Zoo, Buttermaking, Museum Buildings Open,
Kids Games, Barn Flea Market Open and more.
Downloadable Crafter Registration forms
available at a later date
Downloadable Not for Profit Registration forms
available at a later date
Farmhouse Christmas Open House
Pavilion Flea Market
Saturday's, December 6 & 13
11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Come to the heated Pavilion and check out our Christmas Shop
Flea Market - lots of decorations, household goods, stocking stuffers,
new and gently used. Afterwards come and enjoy
Christmas in the Bell - Tierney Farmhouse,
beautifully decorated for the Holidays. Along with our new exhibit.
There will be refreshments.
Farmhouse Christmas Luncheon
Wednesday December 10
Reserved Seating at 11:15 am or 1:00 pm
Advance Reservations Required Call 715-246-3276
Elegant buffet luncheon served in a Victorian setting.
$12 per person
What Else Can a Visitor Do?
So, you are here on a weekend visit.
Or you are simply passing through and happen to see
the Museum sign on the barn. You stop. You take the tour.
You browse the Farmstead Flea Market.
Small kids restless and not ready to get back in the car?
What else can you do?
Let them take a run through the Paperjack Greenway.
Just north of the barn and across a footbridge you will find our
11-acre nature trail area.
Spend some time in one of New Richmond's parks
may be a good idea, too. Mary Park can be found
on the south edge of the Willow River,
to the east of Knowles Avenue (main street)
and has outstanding play areas and equipment.
Looking for more History? Take the self-guided walking tour
West First Street,
off Knowles Avenue just before the Willow River bridge.
A walking guide is available at the Heritage Center
and the Chamber of Commerce.
The Centre is home to the Friday Aquatic Center,
at 428 Starr Avenue, and offers a beautiful indoor swimming pool
with all the amenities including an exercise center and gym.
Time for golf? The New Richmond Golf Club has two courses:
the 18-Hole Championship Course and the 9-Hole Links Course.
Other courses can be found close by as well.
The Old Gem Theater can be found at 116 S. Knowles Avenue or on line at
You will find excellent quality local performances at very reasonable prices.
Why not head north on Hwy. 65,
about five miles to Star Prairie.
Walk the 100 year-old Star Prairie Trout Farm
with its myriad pools or try your luck at
trout fishing; it can be cleaned and frozen
while you wait, to take home.
Or turn west on Fourth Street
and seven miles down the road you'll be in Somerset,
the floating (as in inner-tubes) capital of the world.
Click Here! For more fun in the Scenic St. Croix Valley!