The Fridley History Center founded by the Fridley Historical Society, is the only community-based historical museum in Anoka County. It is located in an old 2-room schoolhouse built in 1931, it features many exhibits of Fridley history and numerous artifacts and historical photos on two floors. It is open to the public on the second and fourth Saturday of each month.
Don’t miss our
Spring Tornado Preparedness
Hall of Fame Inductee Nominations
Fridley History Center Open House (FREE ADMISSION)
19th Annual AugustFest
Attention Trivia Buffs — In conjuntion with AugustFest on Wednesday evening, the 13th, we have having a Trivia Contest inside our air-conditioned History Center. There is a small entrance fee and cash prizes will be awarded. For more info, leave a message at the History Center 763.571.0120 or email us and someone will get back to you. You’re welcome to just come and watch. Refreshment will follow.
Help Support Fridley Historical Society – consider a tax deductible donation.
Our Antique Appraisal Event on Saturday, May 3, 2014 was such a huge success Mark Moran will be back on Sunday October 26, 2014 and Sunday, May 3, 2014. There are already 100 people on the waiting list for these two events. If you want your name on the waiting list please call 763-571-0120 and leave a message – Thank you! Click to learn more.