Situated on the bank overlooking the Mississippi River, the Charles A. Weyerhaeuser Memorial Museum offers a stunning view of its surroundings. It also houses the history of Morrison County, Minnesota. Visitors, researchers and students may delve into the county's past by viewing exhibits or studying the many resources and documents stored within. Named for lumberman, Charles A. Weyerhaeuser, who played a prominent part in the area's history. The museum property is home to natural prairie gardens, a Victorian-style fountain, and a gazebo overlooking the river. Open year-around, the hours are Tuesday through Saturday, from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Admission is free. The museum is located at 2151 South Lindbergh Drive. (320) 632-4007 (Operated by the Morrison County Historical Society, www.morrisoncountyhistory.org).