The Hopkins Historical Society
Since its founding in 1972, the Hopkins Historical Society has been dedicated to preserving the history of the Hopkins community, acting as a resource center for over 5000 photographs depicting historical Hopkins, including county fairs, the annual Hopkins Raspberry Festival, local schools and economic development.
The Hopkins Historical Society documents, preserves and classifies historical records, interprets material unique to our local history, gathers artifacts and materials to exhibit the story of Hopkins and serves as community historians to children and adults.
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33 14th Ave N
Hopkins, MN 55343
Hours of Operation: September – May
Thursdays 9:00 a.m. to noon
For other dates and times, please call 952-548-6480 for an appointment to visit the Museum.
The City of Hopkins, Minnesota has contributed generously to the Hopkins Historical Society and has helped make this web site possible.
Hopkins Historical Society members provided additional support with special thanks going to: Bev Ewing, Mary Raabe, and Suzette Steppe.
The Hopkins Historical Society eagerly welcomes the support of donors and members. Please click here for more on the benefits of Historical Society membership.
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