Kiesling House opens Friday for 2021 season

NEW ULM –Following a slight delay in getting the 2021 season started, the Historic Kiesling House will open Friday, June 11. The house, built by pioneer settlers Friedrich & Caroline Kiesling, welcomes visitors again.

Explore the past at Historic Kiesling House constructed in 1861; it survived the US – Dakota War of 1862 and is the one of few structures from that era in Brown County, accessible to the public. Participate in a wide variety of experiences scheduled at various times throughout the season.

Learn about early pioneer settlement, customs and traditions of area immigrants and events, like the US-Dakota War of 1862, that shaped New Ulm. Examine the development of community and influence of social and political issues on area residents.

The Kiesling House is located in downtown New Ulm at 220 North Minnesota Street

Hours are Friday & Saturday, 1-4 p.m.

Admission: $3 per person – Free BCHS Members and for Children ages 4 and under.


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