Stutstman Cnty Memorial Museum
Third Floor
The Lutz House
Open June 1st to October 1st
The Fort Seward Historical Society established the Stutsman County Memorial Museum in June 1965. The Museum is housed in the George Lutz mansion, itself a monument of the early day history of the area. The four floors of the pioneer home have become a treasury of memorablilia reflecting the culture and life of the early pioneers.
Wildlife display
On the 3rd floor are the two maid's rooms. One was furnished as a Medical Room. The Ball Room has show cases of wild life, a pioneer machinery exhibit and a display of church relics. A Sewing Room completes this floor
First Floor
Dinning Room
Old Post Office of Medina
On the first floor are the Music Room, Dinning Room, Kitchen and Butler's Pantry with complete furnishings. The Parlor offers display of needle craft, Indian relics, costumes and clothing and pioneer artifacts.

The Hall of Pioneers - a display of photographs - lines the stairs to the upper floors
In the basement of the Museum is an early day Barber and Beauty Shop, furnished by the Jamestown Hospital. The old Jametown and later Medina Post Office is displayed in the Country Store. One basement room has been made into a claim shanty.
Second Floor
The Railroad Room
We're the Stutsman County Memorial Museum, Located in Jamstown North Dakota. Small distance from you.
Installed in the Reading Room on the 2nd floor is a fireplace from the old rectory on the Catholic Church. The Rhodes Room is furnished with bedroom furniture purchased from the estate of the pioneer jeweler, EJ Rhodes. A Miltary Room honors the servicemen. A Railroad room displays Jamestown's railroad days
Hours: 10-5pm, Mon-Fri. 1-5pm Sat-Sun
LOCATION: 321 3rd Avenue S.E.
OPEN: June 1st to October 1st
Phone: 701-252-6741
Email: Stuts Cnty Mem Museum