A Nationally Registered Historic Place
Welcome to Mantorville
Mantorville is an historic delight to visit. It is nestled in the picturesque river valley of the Zumbro River. The town is named after the Mantor brothers, Peter and Riley, who settled in 1854 with their families.
You and your family will discover the same charm that brought the Mantors, and inspired the citizens of Mantorville to preserve the entire 12 block downtown by placing it on the National Historic Registry in 1975. This status is shared with such places as Williamsburg, Philadelphia, and Boston.
There is a wealth of architectural heritage, fine dining, entertainment, exquisite shopping, festivals and everyday activities for all ages and interests.
Farmer’s & Artisan’s Market
May through October
11:00 am – 5:00 pm
Art Guild Kids’ Summer Art Camp
16th Annual Big Iron Truck Show
Sept. 9 & 10
51st Annual Marigold Days
Antique & Flea Market, Arts & Crafts, Flower Show,
Music, Parade, Firemen’s Dance and More
Zumbro Bend Rendezvous
Hay Rides, Ghost Stories and Pumpkin Painting
Dodge County Historical Society
Wine tasting & Silent Auction ‒ November 3
Olde Fashioned Christmas
Caroling, Sleigh Rides, Santa, Children’s Crafts and Open House at businesses
Events subject to change