Nicollet County Historical Society – Treaty Site History Center
Nicollet County Historical Society - Treaty Site History Center
1851 N. Minnesota Avenue Saint Peter,
56082United StatesGet Directions
The Treaty Site History Center is located in Saint Peter, MN, one mile north of downtown just off of US Highway 169 North.
Address 1851 N. Minnesota Avenue Saint Peter, MN 56082
Accessible parking A free parking lot is available at the site. Two disability parking spots are located near the museum’s entrance. The parking lot and sidewalk are paved.
General Service animals are welcome First aid kits are available. Restrooms on-site are accessible.
For visitors with mobility disabilities The History Center is a single floor Public restrooms in the History Center include accessible facilities and diaper changing stations.
The Nicollet County Historical Society was organized on August 22, 1928. From its home in the Treaty Site History Center, the Nicollet County Historical Society preserves, protects, and interprets the history of Nicollet County and the state of Minnesota.
The Treaty Site History Center features a nationally recognized and award-winning exhibit on the Traverse des Sioux Treaty of 1851 and its consequences. Other features of interest include local history exhibits, a gift shop, and a full-service research archive.