Mennonite Settlement Museum
The Museum includes: the historic Peter Paul Loewen House: A traditional Russian clay brick house built in 1876 in the Mennonite settlement village of Hoffnungsthal. It is the only restored house of its kind in North America. The house is on the National Register of Historic Places. The Jacob Friesen Flouring Windmill: A detailed replica of the 1876 mill that stood in the Mennonite settlement village of Gnadenau. The 1886 One Room Kreutziger School, in service from to 1886 to 1960.