Welcome to The Moosehead Historical Society & Museums

Visit Our Museums

Eveleth-Crafts-Sheridan Historical House

Step back in time at the Eveleth-Crafts-Sheridan Historical House! Explore this 130-year-old Victorian mansion, steeped in history. Discover artifacts, textiles, and the legacy of some of the Moosehead region’s earliest benefactors. Join us for a guided tour and…

Lumbermen’s Museum

The Lumbermen’s Museum showcases the history of timber harvesting in the Moosehead region from tools – axes, crosscut saws, pike poles, and Peaveys – to life in camp, to the highly dangerous river drives. With hundreds of artifacts,…

Moosehead Cultural Heritage Center

The Moosehead Cultural Heritage Center, affectionally known as the Community House, is a historic building that stands in downtown Greenville, across the street from scenic Moosehead Lake. For more than a century, it has been a part of…

Welcome to the New Website of the Moosehead Historical Society

Hello and welcome! We are thrilled to introduce you to the newly redesigned website of the Moosehead Historical Society. Our new digital home aims to provide a seamless, user-friendly experience for all visitors. Dive into the fascinating history of the Moosehead region, from its early beginnings to the present day. Our new website is designed to keep you informed about our latest news, events, and museums.

Interested in contributing to the preservation of Moosehead’s history? Learn about our volunteer opportunities, membership options, and ways to donate. Your support helps us continue our mission of preserving and sharing the rich history of the Moosehead region.

We hope you enjoy exploring our new website. Thank you for your interest in the Moosehead Historical Society. We look forward to welcoming you at our events and museums!

Become a Member!

Joining the Moosehead Historical Society is a rewarding way to engage with the rich history of the Moosehead Lake region. Your membership supports community programs, educational events, artifact preservation, and museum operations. It aids in preserving the heritage of the region and maintaining the Eveleth-Crafts-Sheridan Historical House, the Moosehead Cultural Heritage Center, and our extensive collection of artifacts. As a 501©(3) charitable organization, all donations are tax-deductible. Membership is open to all and makes a thoughtful gift for history enthusiasts. Benefits include a subscription to the quarterly INSIGHT newsletter, advance notice of events, discounts at the gift shop and on archive services, a free tour of the historical house, and the satisfaction of supporting a cause dedicated to preserving history for future generations. Join today and help keep history alive.