Pioneer Village Museum

An historic village includes a church, school, jail, blacksmith shop, general store, train depot and caboose, historic log houses, a farmstead, and more. Ten display buildings feature farm equipment, toys, outboard motors, and thousands of other bits of nostalgia. An exhibition hall has everything from vintage wedding dresses to the famous “Barron County Seat.” Enjoy picnic areas, snacks in the Saloon, a Kitchen (when museum is open all day), and a gift shop filled with souvenirs and hand crafted items.

Hours of Operation

June thru weekend after Labor Day, Fri-Sun 1-5pm, Sat – 10am-5pm. Tours by appt.

Directions

Located 1.5 miles west of Cameron on Highway W (Museum Road).

State Historic Sign Site

  • Yes

History/Heritage Type

  • Wisconsin History