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New Richmond Heritage Center

1100 Heritage Drive

Once a classic farm of the New Richmond area, its land now hosts a housing development, an industrial park, and the sweep of a schoolyard. You can move on from the original Farmstead setting to other historic buildings.

These combine to give a "feel" of turn-of-the-19th century life and more. The farmstead core of Victorian house and granary, both built in 1884, and barn, rebuilt in 1916, are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

In nearly one hundred years only two families have lived in the house. The original family was that of Marcus and Kathryn Bell, and from 1910, that of Ed and Catherine Tierney. In 1982, after estate settlement, development of the property into a complex of historic buildings began.

Now used for the Heritage Center blacksmith and carpenter tool collections, the barn was originally one of the outbuildings of a farm
east of New Richmond. Blacksmith and woodworking shops were some
of a pioneer village's first businesses

The Society owns and operates the Heritage Center, which is open for tours, programs and events.Several of the 10 historic buildings can be rented by organizations, individuals and businesses for meetings and small receptions.

Membership is open to everyone. Simply print the membership form and mail it with your dues. Members receive all newsletters, free tours, and program discounts.


Kelly Stephenson

Saturday, July 21, 2018
I love this place. Beautiful grounds to walk. School and personal tours. Lovely venue for weddings and family & friends gatherings, weekly live music in the summer, Heritage Days in September is unique, informative, and fun for all ages. Most of staff is volunteer and funds through their excellent flea market make shoppers know that they got a good deal for themselves and helped support an important part of history preservation. This place is my happy place.


Sunday, July 29, 2018
Very interesting place to visit. Lets the new generation experience what building used look like and see what their town used to hold.


Monday, May 21, 2018
I haven't been to the museum but the ongoing garage sale is awsome edvery Sunday.

Rachel Starbuck

Friday, June 15, 2018
You can usually find treasures there all great pricing for a great cause.

Danyiel Mager

Tuesday, Oct. 10, 2017
Love the barn thrift store and the outdoor farmer's market. I wish they had more vendors tho. The volunteer staff at the barn are such a delight especially the gentleman that works upstairs. He's been working there for years and makes this place a joy to shop at. I wish more people like him we're in this would make everything better for sure 😀👍👍

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