"The Legend continues..."
- Built in 1906
- Sunk in 1926
- Raised in 1980
- Restoration Begins in 1990
- First Public Cruise in 1996
The Museum of Lake Minnetonka, an all-volunteer, 501-C3 museum, is in its 15th year of offering cruises to the public on its historic steamboat Minnehaha. Passengers have traveled from all corners of the world to enjoy a ride aboard this floating museum.
The regular operating schedule includes Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays - Memorial Day thru Labor Day, with a variety of cruises to choose from. The Fall Color Cruises start after Labor Day and run until mid October.
Check out the schedule for several Special Cruises at $5 and the Wayzata Concert Cruises on Wednesday nights.
"Enjoy a ride back in time..."
View Schedule/Purchase Tickets online: link
Would you like to volunteer aboard the Minnehaha this summer? We have several positions open, including Pursers, Captains, and Engineers on the boat itself, as well as vendors and marketers “behind the scenes.” Drop us a line if you are interested!