Welcome to the Cokato Museum & Gust Akerlund Studio

Cokato Historical Society Annual Meeting -- Tuesday, April 24, 7:00 p.m., Centennial Room.
Let's Play Hockey In Cokato will be the program.
Meeting is free and open to the public; you do not have to be a historical society member to attend. Though we'd really like it if you were one...see below :).

CONSTRUCTION UPDATE -- Work is progressing and we hope to have it all done by Monday, April 23 with some cleanup and touch-up items left after that.
We appreciate eveyrone's patience through this time. Please call ahead (320-286-2427) for further details. Thank you.

Ready to renew your committment to preserving Cokato's heritage? Download this form (it's a fillable pdf) and send your tax-deductible contribution for 2018.

The Cokato Museum is an award-winning local history museum that focuses on the history of the city of Cokato and the surrounding townships in southwestern Wright County. Located at the corner of 4th Street West and Millard Avenue South in downtown Cokato, the museum is open the following hours:
The museum is supported in its mission by the Cokato Historical Society.  The society welcomes all current and former Cokato residents to join in helping the museum in its activities.

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