Come Home to Laura Ingalls In Walnut Grove!
The Laura Ingalls Wilder Pageant is an experience like no other. It’s a look into what life was like in Walnut Grove in the 1880s as the Wilder family and Walnut Grove community members made their way through challenges, triumphs and so much more.
When you attend the Wilder Pageant, you’ll become immersed in the history of Laura Ingalls Wilder and Walnut Grove. Take a look at some scenes from the Pageant, then head over to the BUY TICKETS page to be part of it all!
New Gifts at Wilder Museum Store
The Wilder Museum store offers visitors a peek into life with Laura. From books written by Laura, herself, to afghans, dolls, bonnets, aprons, cookbooks and so much more, a visit to the Wilder Museum store lets you take a piece of Laura home with you!
Here's What Past Visitors Had to Say!
2022 Pageant Dates
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Laura's Latest News
In the script being developed ” Letters To Rose” by Mark Rosenwinkel there is a new Reverend for the Congregational Church, Reverend Moses. Before him in our production of “Fragments of a Dream” was Reverend Alden. Found in the Library Of Congress historical newspapers from the Redwood gazette a couple articles about Reverend Moses and the Congregational Church.
Genevieve is one of the characters we have in the new scripts titled “Letters To Rose” being developed by Mark Rosenwinkel for our Walnut Grove Laura Ingalls Wilder Pageant. Laura and Genevieve have a bit of a strained relationship at first but then become friends. You can still watch the live feed and Laura & Genevieve as they interact.
October 17th we were live from the Westbrook Walnut Grove Auditorium in Westbrook, Minnesota. This was a special “Behind-the-scenes” look at the process for preparing a new script for the Wilder Pageant.
This activity is funded in part with a grant from the Southwest Minnesota Arts Council made possible by the voters of Minnesota, thanks to an appropriation from the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.