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Discover the story behind the stagecoach! Enjoy a fun-filled, hands-on experience including treasure boxes and gold nuggets. Explore a turn-of-the century bank, discover frontier transportation with an antique stagecoach, test 19th century...more
Hours Today: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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90 S 7th St, Skyway Level, Minneapolis, MN 55402-3903
If you grew up watching Westerns, you are already familiar with the icon Wells Fargo stagecoach. They have a beautiful one in the lobby. Hard to imagine 9 passengers inside and 9 riding on top!
This free museum is interactive. I shipped my grandma’s rocking...More
While visiting Minneapolis I decided to visit the Wells Fargo Museum. There was no admission. It is really small but had lots of interesting exhibits that chronicle the history of Wells Fargo. I found a lot of history there. The tour was self guided but...More
It's a rather small setup but it's well done & extremely educational. This is the perfect little distraction for a school group or even the working adult. Conveniently located downtown, it offers hands-on fun for all ages on subjects like gold mining, stage coaches, and...More
This small museum located along the Skyway System in the Wells Fargo building offers a fascinating peek into the now long gone world of the "wild west", the logistics involved when a horse and a cart was considered high-tech. It is staffed by knowledgeable and...More
The museum is pretty small, but it's worth the trip because the artifacts they have are cool. Plus, it's free! Located in the Wells Fargo building downtown the museum tells the history of the old stagecoach delivery days. A couple of photo ops among the...More
It's not that big but take the time to really look at the artifacts. It was a different time back then carrying gold and valuables across the country. Hard to imagine it today. A lot of authentic items. Great history.