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Mini guide to Marshall
Welcome to Marshall! Our town is situated on the junctions of US Highway 59 and Minnesota State Highways 19, 23, and 68.
We were recently named one of the ""Best Small Towns in America"" and once you visit you will find out why. Our community is friendly, safe and down to earth. For Newcomers please call the Welcome Home Committee at 507-532-2568, let us welcome you to our community.
If you're looking to move to a town that resembles Mayberry, then you've found it. We're just a lot bigger and have more to offer. If safety and clean air is what you're looking for, you found it.
Marshall was also listed as one of the ""Best 100 Communities for Music Education in America"" and Southwest Minnesota State University ninth straight year as the # 1 comprehensive college in the United states. How's that for a record to be proud of?
If you're just here to visit be sure and check out the William Whipple Art Gallery. Admission is free and we are open Monday through Friday from 9:;00 am to 4:30 pm. We have a fine collection of art exhibits. We have 2 Galleries for your viewing pleasure. Our phone number is 507 537-7191.
The Natural History Museum introduces visitors to the history of plants and animals both extinct and present day species. We have live displays, a slide show and hands on ecology exhibits. Our hours are 8:00 am to 5 pm. Stop by and check us out.
Marshall is also proud to be home to the Great Red Baron Museum. We have flights stimulators to ride in and it's a place you can learn more about our products such as our famous Pizzas. The museum also has the Red Baron Pizza Squadron, which is an aerobatic group of WW11-era biplanes. The Squadron gave more than 80,000 visitors rides on their 25 feet long planes.
When you visit the town of Marshall you wont have time to be bored because we also have the Arts Centre, Historical Museum, the museum of Anthropology, the History Centre, Activities and Events building, a fantastic Planetarium and the Natural Science Museum .