Henschel's Indian Museum & Trout Farm
Since the first Henschel homesteader settled in Sheboygan County in 1849, the family's land has yielded evidence of 10,000 years of human occupation. Today, the Henschel collection of prehistoric artifacts is one of the most complete in Wisconsin. A truly captivating collection of Indian artifacts including chipped and ground stone tools, bone tools, projectile points, copper implements, pottery and antler artifacts track the lives and times of the original culture inhabiting the area.
Hours of Operation
Memorial Day to Labor Day. Tuesday-Saturday: 1pm-5pm (other times by appointment).
Take County Road J out of downtown Elkhart Lake. Continue on J past the Sheboygan County Marsh. From “J” turn west on Sexton Road, turn south on Holstein Road. 1/2 mile.
Runs Memorial Day through Labor Day
- Brook Trout
- Rainbow Trout
- Wisconsin History
Dining: Near Henschel's Indian Museum & Trout Farm