A Community Effort
In the late 1920s, Cokato's citizens recognized the importance of collecting and preserving the history of the city and surrounding area.
From its inception, the Cokato Museum has striven to push the boundaries of a quintessential small-town museum--creating innovative ways to serve its community and mission.
The Museum's success is due to the many years of cooperation and support from the Cokato Historical Society, City of Cokato, staff, and countless volunteers. It is truly a
Please stop in and see what we have to offer! We look forward to your visit!
The H. C. Bull Library/ Museum
In the 1920's, Henry Clay Bull was approached by C. R. Peterson to provide funding for a public library and museum that would be built on Cokato school property.
Learn more about the museum's origins here.
A New Beginning
In 1976, the Cokato Museum moved from the H. C. Bull Library to the building it's in today.
More to the story here.
Building a Foundation
Learn about staff members past and present here.