The Minnesota Lakes Maritime Museum celebrates our lake traditions and legacies, and is committed to their preservation for future generations. A visit to the MLMM is enjoyable for everyone in your family, as they discover classic boats, grand hotel and resort history, fishing memorabilia and much more.
The 2013 season unveils an expanded Gar Wood exhibit in the North Hall featuring more inboards, a 1919 Liberty aircraft engine, and Gar Wood’s story on film, a new display, “The Amazing Gar Wood” will highlight his multiple interests as an inventor, adventurer and visionary.
The popular Duck Boat Exhibit has extended its stay through the 2013 season. The exhibit features additional boats, more memorabilia and an original John House painting. Visitors will also find decoys from The Minnesota Decoy Foundation Collection and the wonderful Oxley’s vintage photographs. Learn More
History of Larson Boat Works
History of Chris-Craft
Brush & Pallet Club Exhibit This new exhibit features lake themed arts and crafts, including paintings, pottery and jewelry.
The new "Maritime Gardens" is located on the campus of the Minnesota Lakes Maritime Museum, just north of the Museum's building. Now in it’s second phase, The Gardens are now open. The space features a lakeside setting with a waterfall, stream, outdoor stage, walking paths, plantings and picnic shelter.
The Maritime Gardens is a nice place to relax and unwind. Contact the museum for information about holding your wedding in the Gardens.
More about the Maritime Gardens