Member Museum Details

Springfield Historical Society
Main Street
PO Box 531
Springfield, South Dakota 57062

The Springfield Historical Society Museum displays a large variety and an accurate collection of the community's history. Some of the features you will see at the museum are: Collection of Antique Horse-drawn Farm Machinery; Dental Office 1910 X-ray Machine; St. Mary's School for Indian Girls artifacts; Model Main Street; and Largest Collection of Sea Shells in the Midwest, more than 5000 Shells from All Over the World. TV viewing room with DVD's of Springfield history and Missouri River history.

  • Type Of Facility: General Museum

  • Admission: Donations accepted

  • Group Tours Available: Yes, contact Marilyn McNeely or Gene Ludens

  • Wheelchair Accessible: No

  • Season: Closed in Winter

  • Hours: By request. A volunteer is on site twice weekly during May, June, and July.