In 1980 the old town of Carver became one of the first historic districts in Minnesota to be placed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Carver Historic District included eighty-seven buildings and four structures of historical significance from 1850-1925, with respect to early river town settlement, commerce, dwelling places, and architecture. The District is now popular with shoppers, with several stores specializing in vintage goods, restored furniture and classic antiques.
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Shops of Carver