A HISTORIC TOUR AWAITS...

The Stearns History Museum is inviting you to take a chilly walk at sunset through the Greenwood Cemetery in Sauk Centre this fall. The event will be taking place on Saturday, October 7th, 2023 and will begin at 4:30 pm. To reserve your spot you can click HERE now.

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The cost of the tour is $10 per person for non-members, and it is absolutely free to members of the Stearns History Museum.

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GHOSTS?

Most people will be expecting this to be a ghost tour, but it's quite the opposite. On this tour, the Stearns History Museum will be discussing the history of the cemetery itself, as well as several of its residents.

I spoke with Caitlin Carlson, Program and Visitor Services Manager, about this unique event, and this tour will be event better than a 'ghost' tour; because the tour will be based on actual people who lived here in central Minnesota, and who have interesting histories in and of themselves.

WHERE TO MEET

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Do you want some ghost stories? Then hang around afterward, as the tour will then head over to the Palmer House Hotel & Restaurant to share a drink, and raise a glass to the fallen.

The Palmer House Hotel and Restaurant is located at 500 Sinclair Lewis Avenue in Sauk Centre. This location has an incredible history; but if you want to hear about the local ghost stories, it's also THE place to go for fun stories and possibly some ghostly experiences.

 

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