Although our name sounds exclusive, we are not. In fact, many members of the Minnesota Chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians (MNSAH) are simply people who love architecture and are eager to experience the fascinating built environment of Minnesota and the Upper Midwest with their fellow enthusiasts. We sponsor in-depth tours of unique and important buildings-most rarely open to the public. Members get first priority and discounted admission.
Noerenberg Farm and Gardens
Saturday, October 16, 2021
In a secluded cove on a quiet bay, a barn in a 58-acre wooded setting rises majestically above the water. This image might not be particularly surprising if it were not located on Lake Minnetonka, one of the state’s most popular lakes where homes crowd the shoreline and an undeveloped parcel of land is rare.
Submissions on Minnesota Architectural History Sought for Gebhard Award
The Minnesota Chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians (MNSAH) invites the submission of articles and books on the history of Minnesota’s built environment for the thirteenth David Stanley Gebhard Award, which honors the Minnesota born SAH president and nationally renowned writer, whose subjects included this state’s architectural history. MNSAH sponsors this award in order to help bring new works of architectural history to the widest possible audience.