Dandelion Day celebrates Harriet Godfrey's introduction of dandelion seeds to the St. Anthony Falls area.
The GODFREY HOUSE, built in 1849 is Minneapolis' oldest surviving wood frame house. Restored by The Woman's Club of Minneapolis, the House has been open to the public since 1979. Dandelion Day marks the opening of our summer tour season.
Learn how to make dandelion necklaces, bracelets, and crowns, just as Helen Godfrey did as a child.
Take home a complimentary recipe booklet which includes recipes for dandelion tea and salad.
Free Godfrey buttons for the kids.
Enjoy a guided tour of the Ard Godfrey House. Admission is free but reservations are necessary. Please use the Eventbrite link www.eventbrite.com/e/315160723207 to reserve your spot for the tour or call The Woman's Club of Minneapolis at 612-813-5300.
The Ard Godfrey House is partially wheelchair accessible on the main floor but has the restrictions of a historic home. Please contact us if you have guests with special needs. 612-813-5300.
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