1901 S Broadway St
New Ulm, MN 56073
Phone: (507) 359-2400
Fax: (507) 359-1751
Beer lovers will love this place! The second oldest brewery in America, they makes 10 exquisite beers all year round. They also have two semi-yearly brews and seven seasonal brews. Christmas time is welcomed at Schell’s with special snowstorm seasonal brews. The brewery is open to the public for tours that last approximately one hour. The tour ends with an assorted beer sampling in the Tap Room. The tour costs USD3 for adults and children above 12 years. Private tours may be arranged in advance. Don’t miss out on visiting the Museum of Brewing as well as the Gift Store to pick up your own beer souvenir.
Nestled in the valley of the Big Cottonwood River, this state park offers eight miles of hiking and cross-country skiing trails, a sand bottom swimming pool, canoeing, tubing, fishing, and three campgrounds.
The public can now visit the childhood home of Wanda Gag, the author and illustrator of many children's books, including "Millions of Cats" and "The Funny Thing."
This hall of fame and museum features music, memorabilia, pictures and exhibits having to do with those who have been inducted into the Minnesota Music Hall of Fame.
Built by Minnesota's fourteenth governor, John Lind, this elegant Queen Anne house has beautiful architecture and historical significance, and was once the center of the community's cultural activities; listed on the National Register of Historical Buildings, this house is open for tours, meetings, and social events.
Popularly known as the third largest copper statue in the United States, the Hermann Heights Monument is a 102 feet tall structure. Built with a significance of a prominent rememberance of the German ancestry for Minnesotans, the spiral staircase is accessible to the visitors to the observation platform which gives one the view of the town and the River Valley flowing below it.
This attraction is one of the world's few freestanding carillon clock towers, with bells chiming the time of day in a Westminster style and playing programmed pieces at noon, 3:00PM, and 5:00PM; beneath the bells and clock face, three animated polka figures dance.
This century old historic site features the fourteen Stations of the Cross, and was built by The Poor Hand Maids of Jesus Christ in 1904; the stations feature exquisite statuary that was imported from Bavaria.
Minnesota's only underground winery, Morgan Creek features a wine tasting room and a gift shop, as well as hosting a full season of special events.
In the process of being restored, this future museum was the childhood home of Maud Hart Lovelace (1892-1980), author of the famed children
Located on less than one acre of land, the First Presbyterian Church is a Richardsonian Romanesque style church that also served as a log svchool house before. Organizing events like the Sunday Class and various other sports activities too that encourage the children to come and attend and learn more about the Church and Jesus.
Located five miles west of Mankato on State Highway 68 and U.S. Highway 169, the 2,689-acre Minneopa State Park features 61 drive-in campsites, six electric sites, one cabin, a four and a half-mile hiking trail, modern restroom facilities, showers and more.