Wisconsin Museum of Quilts and Fiber Arts
The museum, located just east of historic downtown Cedarburg in the historic Hoffman Boeker Farmstead, is sponsored by the Wisconsin Quilt History Project Inc. Dedicated to educating the public about the artistic, cultural, historic and social importance of quilts and fiber arts, the museum hosts many events throughout the year. The repurposed 1850s farmstead is used to: * Foster and inspire creativity by hosting exhibits of artists from traditional to contemporary techniques; * Educate children and adults, from beginners to experienced fiber artists, in the time-honored crafts; * Preserve quilts and other fiber arts items, maintaining our own collection and encouraging others to document their treasures; * Maintain a library for researchers interested in exploring how quilts and other fiber arts have changed over time.
Hours of Operation
Wednesday-Saturday, 10am-4pm, Sunday, noon-4pm.
The Wisconsin Museum of Quilts & Fiber Arts is located east of downtown Cedarburg, where Struck Lane meets Portland Road.