Our museum's gift shop opened in 2019 with a modest collection of a few items created by local artisans. Positive response from both our visitors and other artisans and authors in our community has prompted us to dramatically expand both what we offer and the size of our mercantile. We're thrilled to support our local artisans and authors and at the same time generate financial support for our museum.
The mercantile is open noon to 4 weekday afternoons from October through April. We'll be open until 6 Fridays through Dec. 23. We're open daily May through September. You can also order by calling 605-925-7545.
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Heritage Hall Museum in Freeman, South Dakota tells the story of the German-from-Russia immigrants and others who settled in southeastern Dakota Territory in the 1870s. Our South Dakota museum has over 20,000 historical items on display!