On the corner of Myrtle and Main Streets in Stillwater, Minnesota began.
So why here? Well… when Wisconsin became a state in 1848, that left people west of the St. Croix river “high and dry” with no government.
So, the people of Stillwater held a territorial convention right here and voted to send a delegate to Washington D.C. to organize a new territory called “Minnesota” which became a territory in 1849, and a state in 1858.
Featured Locations, Businesses and Attractions
|Judd & Emily are owners of One23 Events and specialize in wedding planning. One23 Events also offers other studio and entertainment opportunities to make a person’s special day memorable.|
Water Street Inn
Smith & Trade Mercantile
|John, owner of Gondola Romantica, brings the Venetian tradition to the St. Croix River. He educates riders about Gondola tradition while they enjoy the beautiful scenery Stillwater offers.|
The Lumberjack Ax Throwing Bar
|Stillwater offers various unique activities, one being Lumberjack Ax Throwing! This bar combines two great north mid-western activities- ax throwing and drinking.|
Address: 100 4th Ave. Bayport, Minnesota 55003
|Founded in 1903. Andersen Corporation started off as a lumber company that created windows and doors. It has grown to be one of America’s largest manufacturers of doors and windows.|
|This trolley-bus takes visitors all around Stillwater presenting the town’s rich history and what it has to offer!|