Welcome to the Homemade Pie Capital of Minnesota! The City of Braham offers a quiet, small town setting to anyone who would like a peaceful getaway.
Life in Braham is casual, friendly, and quiet, located along State Highway 107. Braham was a very popular former shortcut to Duluth in the 1950’s and early 60’s.
You are welcomed to Braham with a beautiful rose garden and hanging flower baskets. A stop at the Park Cafe will delight anyone’s taste buds with a piece of homemade pie.
The City of Braham welcomes you to come and enjoy the City parks. Hidden Park in northeast Braham is a quiet park set among mighty oaks and is equipped with handicap accessible playground equipment. Freedom Park, on Hwy 107, holds a 1925 gazebo/bandstand, picnic tables, and a picnic shelter. The Rose Garden also has tables for visitors. Our newest parks are Northwest Park and Pleasantview Recreation area. Northwest Park offers skateboard equipment and a playground. Pleasantview Recreation area offers walking, hiking, biking, and cross country ski trails.
The stucco Braham Gazebo/Bandstand was built in 1925 and is still the symbol of Braham. It is the hub of Freedom Park, as the monuments beside it stand dedicated to Braham’s sons and daughters who fought for freedom.
Recreational activities revolve around the annual special events of Appreciation Day (held the first Saturday in June) and Pie Day (held the first Friday in August). Additionally, the surrounding area offers fishing, boating, camping, snowmobiling, biking, hunting, and golfing.
The City of Braham extends a special welcome to visitors from Sweden and Japan. The opportunity for exchange of ideas and information is always appreciated.
Again, Welcome to Braham! Mayor Patricia (Tish) Carlson