Heritage Historical Village / Railroad Museum

Log Cabin

Log Cabin

Inside the School House

Inside the School House

Train Exhibit

Train Exhibit

Railroad Memorabilia

Railroad Memorabilia

Tour five historic buildings that were moved to the village for preservation. Included is a Triangle School (1857) whose last class graduated in 1948, an Octagon House constructed around 1867, Chicago & North Western Railroad Depot (1923), a Chapel, and a Log Cabin from about 1850. Many have original or period furnishings. Examine rail equipment that includes a locomotive, boxcar, and cabooses, or browse a collection of railroad artifacts and memorabilia. Hosts an annual 'Heritage Days & Rail Fest' that includes historic demonstrations, crafts, food, music, and a buck-skinners’ encampment.

Hours of Operation

Open on the first and third Sunday’s from June thru August. Hours are 1pm-4pm. Free admission--donations appreciated. Group tours or appointments can be made by calling (920) 982-8557 or (920) 982-5186. (Rail stock not disabled accessible).

Directions

Approximately 20 miles NW of Appleton, 35 miles N of Oshkosh, or 39 miles W-SW of Green Bay.

Free Admission

  • Yes

Features

  • Disabled Access

History/Heritage Type

  • Wisconsin History
  • Historic Homes
  • Transportation Heritage

State Historic Sign Site

  • Yes

Museum/Gallery Type

  • Other