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Soo Line Depot Museum

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Hidden Gem in Crosby, MN

This museum is well worth stopping at to enjoy a real train depot packed with memoribilia... read more

Reviewed 27 August 2018
Minneapolis, Minnesota
A Polished Rock Hidden Away

We went to the local Crosby History Center Museum and Depot not expecting to see much. Were we ever... read more

Reviewed 24 July 2018
Saint Paul, Minnesota
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101 1st Street North East, directly North of Super One Grocery Store, Crosby, MN 56441-1605
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Reviewed 27 August 2018

This museum is well worth stopping at to enjoy a real train depot packed with memoribilia pertainent to Crosby's history. We were guided through the collections by a very knowledgable docent who shared stories that brought the items to life. My personal favorite collection was...More

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Reviewed 24 July 2018

We went to the local Crosby History Center Museum and Depot not expecting to see much. Were we ever wrong!! It shows and tells the story of the first space flight EVER for the USA that took place in an old quarry in Crosby. The...More

Thank SojournMN
Reviewed 14 July 2018 via mobile

This local, free admission museum is definitely worth a stop. As other reviews have said, it is a museum of the local mining activities as well as many artifacts of Americana. Kids will get a kick out of seeing original snowmobiles, birch bark canoes and...More

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Reviewed 6 September 2017 via mobile

Wonderful place full of artifacts and displays on the history of The area including the mines, the Man High Project and explains why the area is called the Cuyuna Range! Volunteers manning the museum were friendly and chock full of additional information. Highly recommend stopping.

1  Thank David S
Reviewed 16 July 2017

This Museum is more than a railroad museum. We were surprised at all the artifacts that were involved in the history of the Cuyuna Iron Range. There were three volunteers there who were more than willing to answer any questions. They were informative and fun...More

1  Thank Pat K
Reviewed 22 August 2016

Was nicely surprised at the old railway items and different things that they have in the museum. Also the local knowlege of the area and the items in the museum. Spent a couple of hours there and very much enjoyed it. Don, Jone and others...More

Thank Jimok1
Reviewed 26 July 2016

5 stars means that I had an enjoyable time at this attraction and would go back. In fact, I had such a good time that I think everyone should make a point of stopping by. The name is a bit deceiving. While the museum is...More

1  Thank EngelkingCGMN
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26 June 2018|
Response from ejiehanson01 |
Admission is free. Voluntary donation is appreciated.