The Minnesota Marine Art Museum is home to one of the most historically significant and unique collections of marine art in the Midwest. Much of the strength of the Museum’s collections lie in European and American works from the 19th and early 20th centuries. Experience selections of 150 years of artwork inspired by the marine environment, and our human relationship with water. Historic artists featured include Winslow Homer, James E. Buttersworth, Alfred Bricher, Abraham Hulk, Hermanus Koekkoek, John Whorf and paintings by contemporary artists Randolph Parker, Keith Reynolds and others.
5 Seasonal Boutiques are open from September 9th thru October 16 from 9am to 5pm.
Theme Areas: Primitive, seasonal, shabby chic, candles, antiques, jewelry, soaps, lotions, home décor,
The annual Smaczne Jablka Festival celebrates Winona’s unique Polish heritage. . Featured events are arts and crafts, children’s activities, polish sheep dogs, traditional and contemporary music, Polish food and beer, and homemade apple pie. Minnesota’s Polish culture comes to life in Winona with this special celebration.
Take a guided walk through the Cemetery to meet people from Winona’s past. The walk takes a look into the lives of working class Winonans, presenting “The Butcher, Baker, and Candy Stick Maker” as the historical theme for this year! Admission is taken at the gate and groups are formed and leave the gate about every 15 minutes for a 2-hour experience in beautiful Woodlawn all decked out in fall color.