Our Heritage Center is physically located in Minnesota’s 1st Norwegian settlement, Spring Grove, MN. If you are in the area, we hope you will stop in to our Heritage Center and check out our museum, gift shop, and learn about our various services in person. We can also assist in the genealogical investigations of our members anywhere in the world using GoToMeeting desktop sharing and webconferencing software.
Giants events and hours of operation are posted in the calendar on the Hours & Events page in the main menu.
There are also many Norwegian sweaters, decorative plates, colorful socks, and cards to for purchase in our gift shop. Giants of the Earth Heritage Center is conveniently located on Main Street between Spring Grove Cinema and Doc’s Blue Moose Restaurant.
Giants of the Earth Heritage Center
163 W. Main
Spring Grove, MN 55974
507-498-5070 (Spring Grove Giants of the Earth Heritage Center)
For genetic genealogy
and website questions contact Dr. Johnathan Storlie: email@example.com
For general operations and activities contact acting executive officer Bill Fried: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Can someone give these links to Howard and have him email me too. thanks for the video,
shem,,aka Steve Hilgren,,Parkers Prairie minnesota
I received a thank you note from my cousin. It had a print of a painting by my grandfather, E.O.Forseth. On the back of the card was your web sight. I would love to purchase some of these if available. Thanks. Hal forseth Billings, Montana
I want to know the shipping line that the Bersie’s sailed on to get to the U.S.A. in 1849?
Also, the Tollefsruds in 1859, I believe. Their journey from Norway to Minnesota is fascinating to me. Talk about jet lag!
I have seen the exact walls that Scott Wolter did his documentary in GA… I am trying to contact him… I live in the Blue Ridge Mountains, NC… please contact me via facebook… These walls are on a lake on TN/NC border…
Thank you so much for posting the picture of the DVERGSTEN CAFE. That was our family restaurant for many years. I’m still doing a lot of research and I will see you this summer to check out some more.