The Blue Earth County Historical Society has been active since 1901 and offers a wealth of information about the Mankato region's rich history.
The original houses of Betsy and Tacy from the Maud Hart Lovelace stories located in the historic Lincoln Park neighborhood.
The Boy In Blue historical marker in the Lincoln Park neighborhood in Mankato honors those from Blue Earth County who volunteered and gave their lives in the Civil War.
This historic home in St. Peter belonged to one of the town's earliest settlers and first mayor, Eugene Cox, and was built in 1871.
Fort Le Hillier historical marker south of Mankato. While the fort is long gone, the visible mound on which it was built remains. Easy canoe and kayak access to the Blue Earth River.
The Hubbard house, built by the founder of the Hubbard Milling Company, R.D. Hubbard, is a historic gem in the heart of Mankato.
The Janesville Public Library is a branch of the Waseca-LeSueur Library System serving Janesville and the surrounding area.
The Lookout Drive Scenic Overlook in North Mankato offers a spectacular view of the Minnesota River and Sibley Park.
Lincoln Park, located in the Mankato residential neighborhood of the same name, is a small park containing the Boy in Blue Civil War Memorial.
A former school, The Lincoln Community Center is now home to Mankato Community Education and Recreation, the local community education group.
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