The Woman's Club of Minneapolis

Historic Ard Godfrey House
Closed Labor Day Weekend;
Special tours available year-around

The Historic Ard Godfrey House in Minneapolis will end its summer tour season a week early, with Sunday, August 29th the last date for regular 2004 summer hours. Summer hours are Friday through Sunday, Noon - 3:30 p.m. Regular weekend hours will resume in May 2005. No admission fee is charged, but donations are welcome.

Special tours may be scheduled year-around by making arrangements with the Ard Godfrey House Committee at the Minneapolis Woman’s Club, at 612-870-8001.

The Godfrey House is the oldest remaining wood frame house in Minneapolis, first occupied by Ard Godfrey, a millwright, and his wife Harriet Godfrey in 1849.

50 University Ave. NE
Minneapolis, MN 55413
Hours: June - September
Friday - Sunday 12 Noon - 3:30 PM
Admission is free for 2004.


The Ard Godfrey House has been maintained by volunteers from the Women's Club of Minneapolis since 1990. -  “#1 Source for Minneapolis Riverfront & Downtown; Condos, Lofts & Townhones!“ -  “#1 National Network For Condos, Lofts and Townhomes” - “#1 National Network For Office Condos and Townhomes“

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