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River Falls, Wisconsin
Fond du Lac, Wisconsin
Madison, Wisconsin
History
Genesee Depot, Wisconsin
Lake Geneva, Wisconsin
History
Main Street, Lake Geneva 1870-1930: A brick street welcomes you to the large central area of the museum. The west side features an agricultural area and representations of former local businesses. The east side, with its variety of facades, includes a nautical gallery, featuring the recovered anchor of the Lucius Newberry, as well as the history and development of the Geneva Lake Level Corporation.
Lake Geneva, Wisconsin
History
Geneva Lake Museum discovers and preserves the rich history that hides throughout Geneva Lake and the surrounding communities. The exhibits within the walls are time capsules that capture every essence of Geneva Lake and its people; people with amazing stories that unravel with every scene and every word led by our exclusive guides. These stories wait for people young and old who have the ears eager to listen, the eyes that are ready to be awakened and the open mind waiting to learn.
Lac du Flambeau, Wisconsin
Culture, Library
The George W. Brown Museum is Located on the Lac du Flambeau Ojibwe Reservation. Our Museum is about the History of the Lac du Flambeau Community and the Culture of the Ojibwe Native American. We emphasize on the survival of our people and living within the seasons of out outstanding 4 season diorama centrally located. We also have many beadwork and birch bark displays.
Germantown, Wisconsin
Historical Society
Fish Creek, Wisconsin
History
Gilman, Wisconsin
History, Historic House, Historical Society
Gordon, Wisconsin
General, History, Historical Society
Our museum consists of two buildings. One is the old Soo Line railroad depot which is full of railroad artifacts dealing with local history and railroad history. The museum building is a good source for people looking for family or local history of the Gordon and Wascott areas of Douglas County. It is full of photos, government records, personal narratives, and items from our past.
Lancaster, Wisconsin
Historical Society
Grantsburg, Wisconsin
Historical Society
Green Bay, Wisconsin
Children's, General, Science
Green Bay, Wisconsin
Botanical Garden
Green Bay, Wisconsin
History
Monroe, Wisconsin
Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society
If you are new to the area or have lived here your entire life, you can find many links to the past at the Green County Historical Society.
Greendale, Wisconsin
Historical Society
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
History
Muskego, Wisconsin
Historical Society
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