I first visited Little Norway as a young boy in the 1940's after my parents and I moved to nearby Stoughton. Being a descendant of Norwegian grandparents on both sides of my family, I naturally have a favor to all things Norse. Little Norway is a place where history comes to life. It is a museum to the Norwegian settlers who homesteaded this property in the 1800's and it is a natural setting for the priceless artifacts housed in the charming buildings. My late wife, who had zero Norse, and I visited Little Norway in the 1980's. She commented, "This place is just beautiful!". Back in the 1950's my parents and I brought my grandmother who was born in Norway to visit Little Norway. As she viewed the fall colors and the buildings, tears came to her eyes and she said, "Oh it's just like the old country". I can only hope that Little Norway will be around for future generations, both Norse and non-Norse, to enjoy.
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