Hinckley Fire Museum
On September 1, 1894, an incredible fire raged in East Central Minnesota. In only four hours, over 300,000 acres -- 480 square miles -- of Minnesota lay in smoldering ruins.
Come visit the Hinckley Fire Museum to find out what happened, who lived, and who died.
The St. Paul & Duluth Railroad Depot, rebuilt immediately after the fire, houses a range of exhibits and features a dramatic mural of the fire, painted by artist Cliff Letty.
Please note that the museum is open May through mid-October