New York Mills Regional Cultural Center

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New York Mills Regional Cultural Center was built in 1885 and has a ghost, or maybe two. Staff members have felt an unseen presence and heard a disembodied voice speaking, or two voices having a conversation. As well, footsteps have been heard walking on the center’s wood floors when no one living seemed to be making the noise.

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Geographic Information

24 Main Avenue N.
New York Mills, MN
United States

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46.518555, -95.3760628
Otter Tail County, Minnesota
Nearest Towns:
New York Mills, MN (0.0 mi.)
Bluffton, MN (7.6 mi.)
Deer Creek, MN (9.2 mi.)
Perham, MN (10.7 mi.)
Ottertail, MN (10.8 mi.)
Richville, MN (11.9 mi.)
Wadena, MN (12.6 mi.)
Henning, MN (14.0 mi.)
Sebeka, MN (15.7 mi.)
Dent, MN (16.4 mi.)


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  1. Born and raised in the area. The cultural center was used for many events and gatherings they the years, funerals included. My grandmother’s funeral was held there.

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