Information on the Laura Ingalls Wilder Historical Sites
- 1 Information on the Laura Ingalls Wilder Historical Sites
- 2 Pepin, Wisconsin
- 3 Malone, New York
- 4 Rothville, Missouri
- 5 Independence, Kansas
- 6 Walnut Grove, Minnesota
- 7 Burr Oak, Iowa
- 8 De Smet, South Dakota
- 9 Vinton, Iowa
- 10 Mansfield, Missouri
- 11 Spring Valley, Minnesota
- 12 Westville, Florida
- 13 Cuba, New York
- 14 Keystone, South Dakota
- 15 Pomona, California
Information on the different locations in the life of Laura Ingalls Wilder. You can also view the Laura Ingalls Wilder address page for quick reference to all the sites.
If you are traveling between the sites, visit our site travel distances page.
Pepin, Wisconsin is where Little House in the Big Woods took place, and where Laura was born.
Learn more about Pepin, WI
Laura Ingalls Wilder Memorial Society
Pepin in the Past
Pepin in the Present
Malone, New York
Where Almanzo Wilder was born, and where Farmer Boy took place.
Learn more about Malone, NY
Almanzo & Laura Ingalls Wilder Association
Malone in the Past
Malone in the Present
The Ingalls lived here after leaving the Big Woods and before they went to Kansas.
Learn more about Rothville, Missouri
Video tour of Rothville
Where Little House on the Prairie took place, and where Carrie Ingalls was born.
Learn more about Independence, KS
Little House on the Prairie Historical Site
Independence in the Past
Independence in the Present
Walnut Grove, Minnesota
Where On the Banks of Plum Creek took place. It was also made famous as the town in the popular television series Little House on the Prairie.
Lean more about Walnut Grove, MN
Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum
Walnut Grove’s Church Bell Charles Ingalls Donated To
Walnut Grove in the Past
Walnut Grove in the Present
Burr Oak, Iowa
Often referred to as the time between the books, Laura and her family lived here after leaving Plum Creek. It was a painful time for the family, so she never wrote about it in the series.
Learn more about Burr Oak, IA
Laura Ingalls Wilder Park and Museum
Burr Oak in the Past
Burr Oak in the Present
De Smet, South Dakota
De Smet was the place for the final five books in the Little House series, By the Shores of Silver Lake, The Long Winter, Little Town on the Prairie, These Happy Golden Years and The First Four Years.
Learn more about De Smet, SD
Laura Ingalls Wilder Memorial Society
De Smet in the Past
De Smet in the Present
Vinton is where Mary attended school after she became blind.
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Vinton during the era Mary Ingalls attended Vinton School for the Blind.
Where Laura and Almanzo resided for most of their lives, and where Laura wrote her Little House books.
Learn more about Mansfield, Missouri
Laura Ingalls Wilder – Rose Wilder Lane Museum and Home
Mansfield in the Past
Mansfield in the Present
Spring Valley, Minnesota
Many members of the Wilder family resided in Spring Valley. And Almanzo, Laura, and Rose lived there for a year and a half in 1890-91.
Learn more about Spring Valley, MN
S.V. Historical Society Church & House Museums
Spring Valley in the Past
Spring Valley in the Present
Laura, Almanzo and Rose lived in Florida for a short time in 1891, where Laura’s cousin Peter resided.
More about Westville, FL
Laura Ingalls Wilder Site
Westville in the Past
Westville in the Present
Cuba, New York
The birthplace of Charles Phillip Ingalls, Laura’s father.
More about Cuba, NY
Charles Phillip Ingalls Site
Cuba in the Past
Cuba in the Present
Keystone, South Dakota
Where Carrie resided for most of her adult life.
More about Keystone, SD
Keystone Area Historical Society and Museum
Keystone in the Past
Keystone in the Present
The manuscript for Little Town on the Prairie resides at the Laura Ingalls Wilder Room of the Pomona Library in California.
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