Red Wing Marine Museum
The Red Wing Marine Museum is in one of the city’s historical venues along the river and depicts one of the oldest manufacturing industries-the boat and motor business. It sits very near the site of the original factory where Red Wing-made boats and motors were made and launched.
The Red Wing Marine Museum is in an historic building on Levee Road across from the boathouse village. The museum displays restored Red Wing Thorobred marine engines, outboard motors and a display of fishing tackle, photographs, documents and other river-related items. When the American Queen is docked at Red Wing, stop at Levee Park and see the largest river steamboat ever built. Then walk or take the short drive to our museum.
More than 30 fully restored Thorobreds are on permanent display along with photos and other momentos.
Visit the museum for a self-guided tour Saturdays from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. and any time the American Queen steamboat is in town.
Our 2016 Revoir Photo of the Year is Depot Flowers at Sunset by DAN HOFFMAN! Congrats Dan!
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