The Mercer County Museum will take you on a walk through history starting in the early settlement days when the Norwegian, Swedish, Irish and Germans from Russia settled into the area beginning in the 1870’s. The museum is a trip through history everyone is sure to enjoy! The museum is located in Beulah at 108 7th St. NE, admission is FREE. Seasonal hours of operation and by appointment. Call 701-873-5070 or 800-441-2649 for more information.
The Pfennig Museum will provide you with a hunting visual experience you may be able to see only by paging through the National Geographic magazines or combing through world-wide hunting journals. It's a national one of a kind mainly because it is a collection of one man. As you enter the museum you will come face to face with a giant white polar bear and as you continue the tour you will encounter displays from many foreign countries from around the globe including - elephant, zebra, rhinoceros, baboon, crocodiles giraffes and more. A special trip to Beulah or just a stop as you are passing through will be enhanced by the safari experience. Located at 1313 Highway 49 N, Beulah. Season hours of operation or by appointment. Call 701-873-4889 or 701-873-5253 for more information.