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Dunn County Historical Museum

153 Museum Trail, ND
+1 701-548-8111
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Great overview of Dunn County

Was in Dunn County for business and had some free time. The museum offers a great look at Dunn... read more

Reviewed 28 June 2014
branger
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Corinth, Texas
Check Out the Cream Can Supper

This is another outstanding local museum in western North Dakota. Its collections are extensive and... read more

Reviewed 13 December 2011
Isern1952
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Fargo, North Dakota
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28 Jun 2014
“Great overview of Dunn County”
12 Dec 2011
“Check Out the Cream Can Supper”
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153 Museum Trail, ND
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+1 701-548-8111
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Reviewed 28 June 2014

Was in Dunn County for business and had some free time. The museum offers a great look at Dunn County and the surrounding area. Exhibits include pieces from churches that were in the area and the teller counter from a bank. There's also a bank,...More

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Reviewed 13 December 2011

This is another outstanding local museum in western North Dakota. Its collections are extensive and include some real gems, unusual items with interesting stories. The DCHM, for instance, holds one of those chain-mesh dragnets used to fight prairie fires (an alternative to the older method...More

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