This category lists sites which present the history of an era or region through collections in museums composed of historic artifacts located in Wisconsin.
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New Richmond Heritage Center
Nine historic buildings on eleven acres with educational programs, events and activities. Membership details, links, calendar, hours, virtual tour and directions.
Paul Bunyan Logging Camp
This 19th century recreated logging camp features an interpretive center and many other buildings authentic to the logging era. Includes virtual tour and directions. Located in Eau Claire.
Ripon Historical Society
Maintains archives, a library, and a museum dedicated to preserving local heritage. Collection includes Victorian and early twentieth century items, children's toys, games, and dolls, and war memorabilia. Includes programs and hours.
Rock County Historical Society
Collection consisting of over 40,000 artifacts that includes a variety of prehistoric and historic objects. Includes details of exhibits, photos, events, hours, admission fees and directions. Located in Janesville, Wisconsin.
The Wisconsin Historical Museum
Features 107,000 historical objects and about 393,000 archaeological artifacts in categories of anthropology, history, business, political and military life, domestic life and costumes. Includes hours and directions. Located in Madison.
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