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Chisago County
Historical Society
P.O. Box 146
Lindstrom, MN 55045

Telephone: 651-257-5310
Email address:
Our Mission
To discover, preserve, and share
the history and heritage of
Chisago County, Minnesota.
The Chisago County Historical Society
History Research Library & Office
12795 Lake Blvd
Lindstrom, MN 55045

Telephone: 651-257-5310
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CCHS Research Library
Open as listed below

Expanded Hours!

Tuesday, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Thursday, Noon to 4:00 pm
Friday, Noon to 4:00 pm
Saturday, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm

Please email or call us
to schedule an appointment
if you need to visit outside these times

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Chisago County Historical Society has been collecting and sharing stories and artifacts about the county, located in the east-central region of Minnesota, for more than 74 years. Our first exhibits were displayed in Taylors Falls, MN in the stone building which today is located at the entrance of the popular Interstate Park. This building was constructed during 1920/21.

Take a few minutes to browse our website. You will find a lot of great information! Learn about our CCHS museums and exhibits, the Chisago County cemeteries, county history, community links, summer geocaching fun, and items in our gift shop. Many new indexs to our research library collection are now online!



On August 22nd, 2017 CCHS was open for business at our new location in downtown Lindstrom, MN! Our new physical address is
12795 Lake Blvd, formerly part of the Gordy's Cards & Gifts shop.

Our phone number (651) 257-5310 and the PO Box 146, Lindstrom, MN mailing address have remained the same.

We have begun the work needed to expand into our adjoining space that previously was home to Gordy's Cards & Gifts. We planned some remodeling to create convenient access to both areas of the building. Thorough carpet cleaning will be the first order of business and a new gateway will be installed to allow easy access to the two public areas of the building.

The next steps include planning and setting up history displays. With all the summer events and festivals behind us, the directors, staff, and volunteers will now focus on this next phase during the upcoming winter months.

CCHS will continue to be open Tuesday from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm and Thursday and Friday from noon until 4:00 pm. Stop by and visit!

Volunteers are needed to help the society expand into additional days and hours. Give us a call if you are interested in greeting visitors and directing them to our research library resources

CCHS is also looking for individuals or groups who would like to sponsor their own collection or exhibit. Our idea is to help promote others who are partners in preserving the history of our area. Give us a call to discuss your ideas!.