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Sibley Historic Site

1357 Sibley Memorial Highway
651-452-1596

The Sibley House Historic Site:

The Sibley House Historic Site features four limestone buildings from the era when the American Fur Company operated a regional trade with the Dakota, between 1825 and 1853. The home of Henry Hastings Sibley is on the site, as is his office as first state governor.

The Sibley House Historic Site, just a short distance south of St. Paul, is home to an unexpectedly rich part of Minnesota's history. Not only does the Sibley House have an important story to tell, but the Mendota area was also home to several formative changes in Minnesota's history. The area served as one of the most important centers of Minnesota's fur trade in the 1820s, played a significant role in the Minnesota's birth as a U.S. Territory in 1849, and was the site of two 1851 treaties that abruptly and permanently changed the makeup of Minnesota residents.



Reviews

Randy Funk

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Thursday, June 7, 2018
Very friendly staff. Very interesting tour. Close to the river and located on a charming little village.

N Langel

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Tuesday, June 5, 2018
Wonderful historic site. Take the tour. It's worth every penny.

Art BanDit

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Saturday, Aug. 19, 2017
Lots to see and learn about. Very informative. The rive trail is okay.

Brian McCulley

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Sunday, Nov. 13, 2016
Very well-preserved historic site. Well landscaped and great for a family outing

Kimberly Gale

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Friday, Feb. 10, 2017
Much more interesting than you would think.

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