Ramsey County Historical Society

    Established in 1949, the Ramsey County Historical Society began with the effort to preserve, as well as restore, the Gibbs farm in Falcon Heights.  From there the society grew, and its goal now is to preserve and present the history of Ramsey county in such a way that inspires future generations to value and learn from it.  The Society is currently involved in three major ongoing programs. They are: the Gibbs Museum of Pioneer and Dakotah Life, the Ramsey County History Quarterly Magazine, and the Research Center & Collections.  In addition to the Gibbs Museum, the Ramsey County Historical Society is also home to various, changing exhibits. 
    The Historical Society's research center is home to collections of documents (including books, periodicals, maps, photographs etc) which depict and explain the history of Ramsey County. These records are available for public use at no charge. 

Address: 323 Landmark Center, 75 W. Fifth St., Saint Paul, MN 55102
Phone: 651-222-0701
Fax: 651-223-8539
Email: info@rchs.com

Research Center Hours:
Monday-Thursday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
For information on other events throughout the year please visit the Ramsey County Historical Society Website. 

Ramsey County Historical Society Website