Explore the past at The Kiesling House constructed in 1861; it survived the 1862 Dakota Conflict and is the only wood-framed house from that era remaining in Brown County. Participate in a wide variety of experiences scheduled at different times throughout the season. Learn about early pioneer settlement, customs and traditions of area immigrants and events, like the Dakota Conflict, that shaped New Ulm. Examine the development of community and influence of social and political issues on area residents. Observe reenactment of heritage trades, chores and activities. View displays, listen to musical performances, participate in hands-on craft activities, enjoy theatrical presentations and watch demonstrations. Attend the special events. Shop in the Gift Shop for unique items. The Kiesling House is managed by the Brown County Historical Society. Check out the schedule to see what’s happening when you plan to visit the Kiesling House. Facebook
Location: 220 North Minnesota
Contact: 507-233-2621 / email@example.com
Hours: Memorial Day to Labor Day: Friday & Saturday, 12pm - 4pm / for group tours, spring, summer & fall and other times during special events in New Ulm
Admission: $3 Adults, Children 4 and under free.