Open May 1 through September 30
or by appointment
Heritage Hall Museum & Archives has over 20,000 items on display.
The Heritage Hall Museum and Archives strives to preserve, educate and foster appreciation for the diverse natural and cultural history of the greater Freeman area, settled largely by Germans from Russia in the 1870s.
Heritage Hall Museum welcomes individuals and families, as well as school and tour groups. Large groups are encouraged to call ahead to arrange for guides as needed.
Heritage Hall Museum in South Dakota welcomes you as an individual or a larger group.
School and tour groups are highly encouraged to visit as our staff offers you a one-of-a-kind tour through the museum.
Adult Tickets $5
Grades 1-12 $3
Sit at a desk in the one-room school house, peer into the Russian oven of an 1879 pioneer home, or admire the simple elegance of two early rural churches in one of the buildings preserved on site.
or by appointment
Monday - Friday 10 am-4 pm
Saturday - Sunday 1 pm-5 pm (Please call ahead on Sundays so a volunteer can meet you.)
Wednesday 1 pm or by appointment
The Archives Library preserves more than 10,000 books, maps, periodicals, documents, and photos pertaining to the local history of the Freeman community and beyond.
From old businesses to cars to household items to natural history displays to local artwork, Heritage Hall Museum in Freeman South Dakota has a vast variety of artifacts that span everyone's interest areas.
Learn about how Heritage Hall Museum evolved from a simple idea of community stewardship to the multi-faceted facility it is today. There is something for everyone in the family to enjoy.
24 mi. south of I-90 Exit 364 on HWY 81.
32 mi. west of I-29 Exit 47 on HWY 46.
Turn north on HWY 81 to Freeman.
34 mi. north of Yankton on HWY 81.
880 S Cedar St
PO Box 693
Freeman, SD 57029