The Grand Forks County Historical Society is dedicated to preserving the history of Grand Forks and Grand Forks County in North Dakota. The goal of the society to this day is to preserve the heritage of the Red River Valley for future generations. Visit any one of our exhibits and see the Red River Valley’s past as seen through eyes of Grand Forks’ past.
The grounds of the Grand Forks County Historical Society include the historic Thomas Campbell house, the Myra Museum, the log cabin Post Office, the one-room Schoolhouse, the Lustron House, the Myra Livery and the Carriage House. The grounds also boast a band pavilion that is used for weddings and band concerts in the summer.