Located on the Great River Road at the foot of towering bluffs atop Nelson Dewey State Park, Stonefield includes a re-created 1900s rural village. It is also home to the State Agricultural Museum, which documents the story of Wisconsin's agricultural growth and development, and the homesite of Wisconsin's first governor Nelson Dewey.
Hours of Operation
Stonefield is open daily May 27-October 22, 2017 from 10am to 4:30pm.
Stonefield is located near the Mississippi River along the Great River Road, one mile north of Cassville, off WI-133 on CR-VV.
- On Water
- Disabled Access
- State Historic Site
- Wisconsin History
- Historic Homes
State Historic Sign Site
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