The Golden Valley History Museum features stories about the city's heritage in an exhibit titled
"No Place Like Home". More than 20 displays tell stories about the city from pre-historic times to today. The exhibits are linked by the five main themes of community, human rights, home, economy, and power.
Popular displays include stories about the Ewald Bros. Dairy, Golden Valley High School, and the Golden Valley Garden Club. There's even a special station where visitors can dress up like a Golden Valley firefighter.
All are welcome. Please visit us this week!
Thursday and Saturday - 11:00am to 3:00pm
Special appointments are available for tour groups, class field trips, and other visitors.
Please contact email@example.com
for more information about special appointments.
Admission is free. Museum greeters can process free-will cash donations.
Would you like to donate an item related to Golden Valley to the Golden Valley History Museum? Please download and complete the Temporary Collections Form and send it to:
firstname.lastname@example.org or 7800 Golden Valley Road, Golden Valley, MN 55427
Mary and Don Anderson
Shirley and Chester Schultz
Special thanks to the Board Members of the Golden Valley Historical Society who shepherded this project to completion:
Special thank you to the City of Golden Valley for continued support of the GVHS in our mission to preserve the heritage of the Village/City of Golden Valley.