The Cass County Museum invites you to visit and learn about the settlement of Cass County. One of the largest exhibits of Ojibwa article in Northern Minnesota will provide history and insight to the original inhabitants of the county. Other exhibits include those on fur trade, lumbering, transportation and the early pioneers. The pioneer Huset School was built in 1912 and is furnished with period furniture. This is a “hand-on” exhibit and provides the country school experience.
The Cass County Museum is open seasonally May–September.