The Wadena Museum reflects the town’s rich history and evolution over the years. It has preserved the histories of early settlers for future generations to see. It is home to many buildings, including the Brice farmstead built in 1914, a Canadian National Railway station from 1904 and a 1907 rural school.
Other buildings include a blacksmith shop, a general store, a church, an old jail cell and a bathhouse. There is also a Nature Center with interactive displays of wildlife in the Quill Lakes area. Make sure to visit the Museum to get a glimpse of the town’s history.