History Day Exhibit Boards

Unlike the typical science fair boards that can be purchased at office supply stores, these exhibit boards have proportional panels and more height. This creates a more balanced display of images, sources and text.  
  • 48" tall
  • Optional title panel (one foot tall)
  • Available in white or black
  • Usually ships in 5 business days
Bulk and Mail Orders: Bulk and mail orders can be placed online through our longstanding vendor, the Box Man, Inc. For best prices, bulk orders can be placed in packs of ten. This system is designed for teachers and schools placing large orders. Please note that there is an extra shipping and handling charge for exhibit board orders that are NOT ordered in multiples of ten. This includes SINGLE board orders.
In-Person Purchases: Single exhibit boards and title panels are available during regular hours in the Museum Store at the Minnesota History Center in St. Paul. Information about hours and location available online. Please call ahead to ensure availability: 651-259-3010. 
Prices for Exhibit Boards in the Museum Store
  • White Exhibit Board: $18.00
  • White Exhibit Board with Title Panel: $22.00 (plus tax)
  • Black Exhibit Board: $20.00 (plus tax)
  • Black Exhibit Board with Title Panel: $25.00 (plus tax)
If you have questions about exhibit boards, please email Torrie Wiebe or call her at 651-259-3443.

Minnesota School History Day Recognition Ribbons

Recognize the achievement of your History Day students with a customized ribbon, personalized with your school name. Please see the order form for an example. To place a ribbon order, email form to Torrie Wiebe or fax it to 651-259-3434.

Sample Projects and Curriculum for Purchase

In addition to the many free resources available on our website, teachers can purchase the following instructional materials and sample projects.
Instructional DVDs and Materials
Sample History Day Performances
Sample History Day Documentaries

National History Day in Minnesota is sponsored by the Minnesota Historical Society and the University of Minnesota, Department of History
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