Boscobel Heritage Depot Museum

Since its construction in 1857, the Boscobel Depot was the "heartbeat of the area." It served as the marshalling point of 2000 plus young enlisted men of the Union Army and again during WWI and WWII. The interior has been converted into a "Turn of the Century Railroad and Early Rural America" walk-through museum. Boscobel Chamber of Commerce located a Tourist Information Center in the front office of the building.

Hours of Operation

Mon, Tues, Thurs & Fri: 10am-3pm. Other times by appt, phone 608-375-4515 to schedule tour.

Features

  • Disabled Access

History/Heritage Type

  • Transportation Heritage
  • Wisconsin History