The Dorothy Molter Museum preserves and interprets Northwoods wilderness heritage through learning opportunities inspired by Dorothy Molter
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What You'll Get
- Gift shop
- Guided tours
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About Dorothy Molter Museum
A visit in the Dorothy Molter Museum is a must for any visitor to Ely as it tells the story of the legendary resident of the famed Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. For most of 56 years, she lived alone on the Isle of Pines on Knife Lake, 15 miles from the nearest road. The museum leads the visitor through Dorothy's original cabins sharing stories about her life, the Northwoods she called home, and her famous root beer-making history.