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John Lind House, New Ulm

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Historic Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
The Lind Home was erected in 1887 by Minnesota's 14th Governor, John Lind. This stately house was often the center of the community's cultural activities.

Its elegant Queen Anne architecture and historical significance have allowed it to be placed on the National Register of Historic Buildings.

The Lind House has been beautifully renovated to match its original elegance. The home has been owned and maintained by the non-profit Lind House Association since 1983.
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  • great history on New Ulm has been renovated nicely nice how stories are told it is well worth seeing they have a small fee  more »
  • They had done a great job restoring the house and sharing the history of the Lind family. Excellent guide. Well worth the time and tiny admission fee.  more »
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  • Beautifully restored home of former governor. Great for meetings, weddings, and play readings.

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