Traill County Museum Complex
"Walk through our doors, step into the past." Traill County's main museum is an 1897 three story Queen Anne-style brick mansion which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Called the "Plummer House" after original owners Amos and Lillie Plummer, the grand Victorian home features exquisitely restored woodwork and original stained and etched glass windows. The Traill County Historical Society's other museums are the Centennial Building, with military and pioneer collections, Pioneer Ag Museum, depicting agriculture through the years, an 1870s Log Cabin, the all-faiths St. Olaf Chapel, and a 1920s one room schoolhouse, Bloomfield #1.
- Admission: $2/Adult, children free with adult Admission free with Annual Membership to Traill Co. Historical Society: $5 - Individual or $10 - Family
- Hours of Operation: 2-5 p.m. or by appointment