The Bronko Nagurski Museum, constructed as a wing to the Koochiching County Historical Society, was opened in June of 1993.  The museum features exhibits and memorabilia on Bronko's life and career.  214 6th Avenue, International Falls, Minnesota, 56649

The Bronko Nagurski Museum, constructed as a wing to the Koochiching County Historical Society, was opened in June of 1993.

The museum features exhibits and memorabilia on Bronko's life and career.

214 6th Avenue, International Falls, Minnesota, 56649

 The Bronko Nagurski Museum is the first museum dedicated to an individual football player. In the spirit of Bronko, the museum is not elaborate or overstated. Photographs, artifacts, contracts and other materials from Bronko’s distinguished life are on exhibit.  The museum is open year-round except holidays, 9am-5pm, Monday through Friday.  214 6th Avenue, International Falls, Minnesota, 56649

The Bronko Nagurski Museum is the first museum dedicated to an individual football player. In the spirit of Bronko, the museum is not elaborate or overstated. Photographs, artifacts, contracts and other materials from Bronko’s distinguished life are on exhibit.

The museum is open year-round except holidays, 9am-5pm, Monday through Friday.

214 6th Avenue, International Falls, Minnesota, 56649

 Throughout his careers, after the wrestling matches and legendary football games, and finally upon retirement from professional sports, Bronko returned to the home he made with his family on Rainy Lake, in International Falls, Minnesota.   To plan your next trip to The Falls, or just learn more about Bronko's hometown, visit  www.rainylake.org  .

Throughout his careers, after the wrestling matches and legendary football games, and finally upon retirement from professional sports, Bronko returned to the home he made with his family on Rainy Lake, in International Falls, Minnesota. 

To plan your next trip to The Falls, or just learn more about Bronko's hometown, visit www.rainylake.org.

Smokey The Bear
Smokey The Bear

The giant statue in Smokey Bear Park is the classic Falls Photo opportunity for kiddos and parents alike, snow or shine.