Membership is open to anyone who shares the aims and objectives of the La Grange Area Historical Society.
The Vial House, built in 1874 by Samuel Vial, is located at the northwest corner of La Grange Road and 47th Street.
For a tour that allows you to guide, try the Mount Rushmore Audio Tour.
Your recorded material includes narration, music, interviews, sound effects and historical recordings of the creator of Mount Rushmore.
Have a great time with the whole family when you visit the National Presidential Wax Museum. The replicas are dressed in authentic costumes from the appropriate era and are very detailed.
Also choose something from the gift shop that is sure to be passed down for generations to come.
Then you will see Custer State Park, travel along the winding Iron Mountain Road, see Sylvan Lake, Crazy Horse Memorial, then take a ride on the 1880 Train.
Visit the Big Thunder Gold Mine where you will have the opportunity to pan for gold, tour the mine, or choose to do both!Our dedicated volunteers give countless hours toward clipping, organizing, and cataloging of newspaper articles dating back to the 1890's and they copy them onto acid-free paper for inclusion into the museum's files. Support for LGAHS comes from donations and membership dues.Additionally, funds are raised through various fundraisers and our museum shop.Enjoy mini-golf on a pine-covered slope in Keystone.Putt by boulders with gold flecks, up hills, down the mine slew, and all around the water wheel on this 18 hole course.Amherst College, Mount Holyoke College, Hampshire & Smith Colleges, and the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, this scenic region has long been referred to as the "knowledge corridor." In addition to its academic reputation, this corridor is also known as the Pioneer Valley.