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Shullsburg, Wisconsin
Culture, History, Historical Society, Natural History, Park, Specialized
Cameron, Wisconsin
Church, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library, Military, Natural History
Pioneer Village: Nestled among a 35 acre pine grove, with 37 buildings several original log cabins locally built and furnished in the 1800,s. A climate controlled building with 36 cubicles filled with antique guns,clothing,cars and history items. Open from Memorial Day to Labor Day Thursday thru Sunday with special events on week ends.
Cable, Wisconsin
Natural History
Fond du Lac, Wisconsin
Children's, General, Natural History, Science
They are places where discovery and curiosity are brought to life through a touchable learn-by-doing atmosphere designed to foster creativity and a passion for lifelong learning. In a children’s museum, children and adults play, learn and have fun together. CMFDL serves 20,000 visitors annually onsite and at community events.
Kenosha, Wisconsin
Anthropology, Archaeology, Children's, Culture, General, History, Library, Natural History, Nature Centers, Science
Learn about the evolution of meat-eating dinosaurs to birds in this new museum! See skeletons from the size of a chicken to T=rex - all for free! pinemanor401.com
Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin
Historic House, Natural History, Specialized
At the bridge on Sturgeon Bay's west-side waterfront. Open daily. Features city's shipbuilding history, lighthouse exhibit, pilot house from working freighter, periscope. Gift shop with extensive collection of maritime books and gifts. Don't miss the museum's extensive new exhibit entitled Freshwater Fury running May 24, 2008 through January 20, 2009. Also, tour the 149-foot tug John Purves located on the seawall in from the Museum beginning mid-July 2008.
Kenosha, Wisconsin
Anthropology, Archaeology, Art, Culture, General, History, Library, Military, Natural History, Science
Established in 1934 -The Kenosha Public Museum is an accredited natural science and fine arts museum located in the heart of beautiful downtown Kenosha Wisconsin. Free General Admission every day, the 2001 facility shares a campus on the beautiful Lake Michigan shoreline with The Civil War Museum.
Eagle, Wisconsin
Natural History
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Anthropology, Aquarium, Arboretum, Archaeology, Botanical Garden, Children's, History, Library, Natural History, Nature Centers, Park, Science, Zoo
The year 2010 will offer visitors dynamic special exhibits and activities for kids and adults. Our summer exhibit, “Adventure Dinosaur!” will feature a prehistoric park, with more than 25 dinosaurs – lurking, moving and rumbling in their tropical outdoor habitat. The exhibit runs May 29 – September 6, and is $2.50 per person after regular Zoo admission.
Platteville, Wisconsin
History, Natural History, Nature Centers, Park
Much of Wisconsin's history can be traced to the southwestern corner of the state -- our "Point of Beginnings." The lead miners of the 1820s were among the first European settlers of Wisconsin. The state's 1831 land survey began from a benchmark location near Hazel Green. The first territorial government met at Belmont in 1836. As a measure of the area's rich history, four State Historic Sites (Pendarvis, Stonefield Village, First Capitol and Villa Louis) are located here.
Kenosha, Wisconsin
Anthropology, Archaeology, Art, Culture, History, Natural History, Science, University
Museum studies is an interdisciplinary certificate program designed to provide students with an introduction to the diverse aspects of museum work, information concerning opportunities for employment in museums and related institutions (such as archives and public history parks), and hands-on experience, including formal internships in local museums.
Stevens Point, Wisconsin
Natural History
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