HOURS


Open May 1 through September 30

or by appointment


MUSEUM
Tuesday-Saturday - 10 am-4 pm
Sunday - 1 pm-5 pm
ARCHIVES
Wednesday  & Sunday - 1 pm-5 pm or by appointment


605.925.7545

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WELCOME to Heritage Hall Museum & Archives 


Heritage Hall Museum & Archives has over 20,000 items on display.


The Heritage Hall Museum is dedicated to the preservation of rare artifacts used by our ancestors on the way to our standard of living today. It is our desire to leave a wealth of information for our children's children to understand and learn about and from their ancestors.


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.

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880 S Cedar St, Freeman, SD 57029

605.925.7545​

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​& Archives

ADDRESS

800 S Cedar St, Freeman, SD 57029


CONTACT US

Phone

605.925.7545
Email administrator@heritagehallmuseum.com


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.

Learn about the Germans from Russia who settled in the Freeman area, including the Mennonites and Hutterites.

The Archives Library preserves more than 10,000 books, maps, periodicals, documents, and photos pertaining to the local community and beyond.

​​From old businesses to cars to household items to natural history displays to local artwork, Heritage Hall Museum has a vast variety of artifacts that span everyone's interest areas.

Archives

Museum

Our Mission

Germans from Russia

Historic Buildings

605.925.7545

Heritage Hall Museum tells the story of German-Russian immigrants who came to the Dakota Territory in the 1870s.


Lured by the Homestead Act of 1862, settlers from Lutheran, Reformed, Hutterite, and Mennonite backgrounds brought with them their religious traditions, strong work ethic, and determination to survive the hardships of life on the prairie.


Pioneer stories and artifacts narrate the difficulties of living on the plains and the gradual building up of the community that is now Freeman, SD.