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Swiss Historical Village Museum
The village is comprised of 14 buildings, each representing a facet of daily life in the nineteenth century pionerring Midwest. Established in 1938, its goal is to preserve the history and records of New Glarus as well as those relics and antiques left from pioneer settlers. Buildings include an authentic settler's log home, a traditional Swiss bee house, a replica cheese factory, an original school house, Swiss cemetery and a log church. Bus group tours are welcome - please call ahead to make a reservation for larger groups.
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