Unionville

Unionville is a collection of replica buildings that date back to the 1800's. There is a General Store, Black Smith, Harness Shop, Bank, Fire House, Church, Saloon, Print Shop, Feed Mill and Saw Mill. We also have the largest collection of operational Fairbanks Morris engines in Wisconsin. There are many antique tractors, equipment and related items that take you back to a time when things were simple.

Hours of Operation

Unionville is open from April - November to walk through and view the history. See more of the history during the Symco Thresheree the last weekend in July.

Directions

Coming From: Green Bay Take WI-54 W. Turn right onto WI-76 N/Van Straten Rd, continue to follow WI-76 N. At stop sign, continue straight onto WI-22 S. Appleton Take WI-15 W. Turn right onto US-45 N. Turn left onto WI-22 S. Stevens Point Take US-10 E. Turn left onto WI-161 E. Turn right onto N Main St. Take the 2nd left onto WI-161 E/E State St. Continue to follow WI-161 E. Turn right onto WI-110 S. Turn left onto WI-22 N.

History/Heritage Type

  • Early Industry
  • Wisconsin History
  • Transportation Heritage