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When my family goes to the History Center we always make it a point to eat at the Cafe. Everything on the menu is Minnesota made with all Minnesota products. The soups are always wonderful. We haven't tried all of the pastries, but we've never had one we didn't love. There is often a vegetable or even vegetarian item on the grill menue.The Rose Ensemble: A Toast to Prohibition dining • Jan 24 2014 star this tip starred
Be sure to check out the gift shop. So many items related to Speakeasies, Prohibition and the 20's and 30's. From hats, jewelry and books, to mugs, glasses and paper dolls! In addition to their Minnesota collection of gifts. Again, if you are a member, there is a discount.The Rose Ensemble: A Toast to Prohibition info • Jan 23 2014 star this tip starred
Don't make the mistake we did. We used to be able to access parking from the 10th Street exit. No more. Then we accidentally got back on the freeway (instead of Kellogg) and had to turn around at Dale. Aggravating! The only entrance for public parking is off Kellogg, so be sure to Google it. Parking is $5, but if you're a member like we are, it's $3.The Rose Ensemble: A Toast to Prohibition travel • Jan 23 2014 star this tip starred
Parking was an additional $5, or $3 for MHS members.Trail of Two Cities With Dan Chouinard and Friends info • Nov 09 2012 star this tip starred
CausalTrail of Two Cities With Dan Chouinard and Friends info • Nov 09 2012 star this tip starred