The Minnesota Alliance of Local History Museums formed in 1991 to support each other in our mission of connecting people to nearby history.
Resources for Reopening
We hear you! These are uncharted waters for everyone. How are we supposed to decide when to open again, how can we welcome the public again, what are other museums in MN doing?
MALHM hosted a series of discussions on how we're navigating reopening once it's safe to do so again, highlighted resources can be found here.
We're in this together.
2021 Annual Conference
We're moving online for 2021. Join colleagues from across the region for peer learning, networking, and a bit of fun. In a year that has been full of challenges, we look forward to spending a couple of days in a hopeful space with you.
Take advantage of our lowest rate, early bird registration ends February 28, 2021!
Virtual Conference Sessions
The 2021 MALHM Annual Conference is online this year and we are now accepting proposals for sessions. This is a great opportunity to share some of your experiences with colleagues across the state.
For more information or to submit a proposal, visit the session proposal page.
What does the Alliance do?
Minnesota's local history groups formed an alliance in 1991. Even though we serve different communities throughout the state, we share a common mission of connecting people to nearby history. Some of us have professional staff, but many of us are small, volunteer-run societies. Together, we work to raise the quality of work in the local history field in Minnesota. The Minnesota Alliance for Local History Museums serves the approximately 500-plus local history groups throughout the state with professional training, awards for excellence, mutual assistance in times of disaster and more.