We have added a Choose-Your-Own-Adventure story to our website. You begin in Sweden and then decide to immigrate to America. You’ve read wonderful reports about the land around Litchfield, Minnesota. But important choices await you. How will it all turn out? That’s up to you.
As spring arrives, even in a time of social distancing, it is time to get out on the streets and explore our local history. A great place to start is Central Park.
Litchfield, Minnesota, is a city filled with historic buildings and great stories. This tour takes you through the National Register of Historic Places Commercial Historic District, introducing you to some of the city’s finest architecture as well as a few of its most colorful characters.
Learn about the architectural influences that shaped Litchfield’s commercial buildings.
See one of America’s best-preserved Grand Army of the Republic halls.
Visit Trinity Episcopal Church, called “one of Minnesota’s most important nineteenth-century buildings” by architectural historian David Gebhard.
Stop by the Hollywood Theatre, designed by Minnesota’s foremost theatre architects, Liebenberg and Kaplan.