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The Chaska History Center serves the public as a resource center that provides information and knowledge about the history of the town. Visitors within its community step inside to research the history of Chaska, including its people. The Museum is able to fulfill its mission through exhibits and displays of its collection consisting of artifacts, photographs, maps, letters, diaries, documents and copies of the Chaska Herald newspaper, the Carver County Sun newspapers, and other documents that are related to the history and people of the city.

The Museum is operated by the Chaska Historical Society, which was officially organized by a group of people who recognized the need to record and preserve the history of Chaska in 1980. The society is led by elected Board of Directors, consisting of 9 members who meet quarterly, usually in November.

Chaska History Center is home to the Chaska society, which is a chapter of the Carver County Historical Society. The Museum and the society occupy a newly restored 1890 Livery Stable.*

The Museum offers tour for student as well.
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