Arts & Culture
Lanesboro is alive with the arts and history.
Take in a spirited comedy or stirring drama in a state of the art theater, view work by talented regional artists and attend a lively gallery opening. You can catch a live music concert or unique film event, visit history museums, or delve into genealogy.
Lanesboro is fortunate to have galleries and studios where you can see locally produced art, and even participate in creating your own works. The Lanesboro Arts Center is the heartbeat of the local visual arts community, contributing to Lanesboro’s status as one of the “100 Best Small Art Towns in America.”
Visit the Historic St. Mane Theatre for quality entertainment including music, dance, lecture, stage productions and Lanesboro’s home-grown Over the Back Fence Live Radio Show.
No trip is complete without taking in some captivating theater at Lanesboro’s Commonweal Theatre. Since 1989, the professional artists of the Commonweal have brought to life soulful stories told with honesty and creativity. Receive a star treatment with a Commonweal Theatre Backstage Pass for Family Fun or Date Night!
Strolling down the streets of Lanesboro is like taking a step back in time. Visit Lanesboro’s local history museum to have unhurried conversations with friends old and new.
Immerse yourself in Lanesboro’s arts and culture and see why Lanesboro was named the “quirky crossroads of the arts and outdoors” by Minnesota Monthly.
Drama unfolds where the Root River bends. Since 1989, the region’s only professional producing theatre company has enriched the common good through actor-based storytelling which is both transcendent and relevant.
Lanesboro's premier jewelry Store for over 17 years. Award winning jewelry designers Liz Bucheit and Michael Seiler specialize in custom design, jewelry repair services and classes.
My wooden spoon-making business began in 1992 and will end on Dec 5, 2013 at 8:52PM, my 65th birthday. Yikes, that’s 21 years already! Hope you get a chance to stop by before I throw in the shop towel. If you have Frank Wright spoons in need of rejuvenation, just bring them by or send them in. No charge. I’m happy to do it. Thank you spoon customers and spoon shop fans for your patronage and good will. If you want to visit at times other than those posted, call my cell 507-467-3376.
Two galleries featuring work by 80+ artists -- painting, photography, wood, metal, glass, ceramic, fiber, jewelry . . .
The Lanesboro Community Theater (LCT)’s mission: To provide community-building opportunities in the performing arts while promoting educational experiences.
The museum has a wonderful collection with three floors of exciting exhibits including: bridal room, school room, military room, etc. Donations welcome.
Rediscover local flavor with grab-and-go treats and trail food, locally sourced dairy, bread, lefse, meat, eggs, honey and fresh produce. Find locally handcrafted jewelry, fishing gear, quilts and home goods, plus essentials for campers and travelers.
Gallery is open weekends and upon request. Join us for our Grand Opening June 22. Visitors are able to use highway 16 for the 5 miles from Lanesboro.
Quality photography for children, families, seniors, events, weddings, and businesses. Also offering affordable communication tools to local businesses, including websites, brochures, business cards and more.
Create something special in our Paint Your own Pottery Studio. Walk in's always welcome, or book your party today. Also,browse our unique & wide selection in our gift shop.
Lanesboro's historic St. Mane Theatre hosting year round entertainment, theatre, music, lecture and multiple uses.
The ART AND CRAFT GALLERY located at Stone Mill Hotel& Suites in Historic Downtown Lanesboro, MN offers unique handmade items from talented artisans who make their unique creations from home. Be amazed and inspired by high quality products made mostly in the region. If we find a handmade product made out of the region, it unquestionably will be made in the USA. Items showcased and available for sale.
We are a retail store that specializes in Navajo, Zuni, and Hopi Jewelry and Art. We have been in operation 16 years.
The museum began as a completely restored historic railroad depot dedicated to preserving the heritage of this community and the surrounding area. An annex had to be built in 2001 to house the expanding collection: over 2500 indexed photos, business advertising and memorabilia, help with genealogical requests that pertain to this area, military displays, many items used by the depot/railroad, and much more.