Gibbs Museum of Pioneer and Dakotah Life

Gibbs Museum of Pioneer and Dakotah Life The Gibbs Farm is a museum in Falcon Heights, Minnesota, United States. The site was once the farmstead of Heman Gibbs and Jane DeBow, first built in 1854; the existing farmhouse includes the small, original cabin.
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The museum seeks to educate visitors on the lives of 19th-century Minnesota pioneers and the Dakota people who lived in southern Minnesota before the arrival of Europeans.In 1974 the farm was listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The listing consists of the farmhouse and barn, as the other museum structures are not original to the site.DescriptionAn open-air museum, the Gibbs Farm fe

The museum seeks to educate visitors on the lives of 19th-century Minnesota pioneers and the Dakota people who lived in southern Minnesota before the arrival of Europeans.In 1974 the farm was listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The listing consists of the farmhouse and barn, as the other museum structures are not original to the site.DescriptionAn open-air museum, the Gibbs Farm fe

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2079 Larpenteur Ave W
Saint Paul, MN
55113

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(651) 646-8429

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