Wisconsin Museums & History
There are many reasons why Wisconsinites are proud to call this state home — one of them is our rich history. And with many interactive museums and attractions to explore, learning about history, heritage and culture in Wisconsin is something unforgettable.
Explore Native American Heritage
Native Culture in Wisconsin is vibrant and resilient, and museums across the state immerse you in Indigenous history and culture.
An hour from Green Bay, the Menominee Indian Tribe Cultural & Logging Museum teaches about the Menominee Tribe. Find other immersive Native American heritage experiences at the Ojibwe Museum & Cultural Center or the Oneida Nation Museum.
More Museums, Hands-on & Interactive
In Milwaukee, the kids will love Discovery World. With exhibits themed around science and technology, your family won’t stop talking about all the hands-on experiences. Dive deep into a variety of topics from history to art to science at the Milwaukee Public Museum.
For generations, the Great Lakes have shaped the Wisconsin way of life, and our maritime museums make lake history fun and interactive. Visit the largest on the Great Lakes, the Wisconsin Maritime Museum, in Manitowoc to experience life on a submarine during WWII and kids will love the Children’s Waterways Room where they can build and sail their own boat.
Search Museums & History
(87) Search Results for: Museums & History
America's Black Holocaust MuseumMilwaukee
Anderson Arts CenterKenosha
Artasia Gallery & MuseumMilwaukee
Artists Gallery in RacineRacine
Betty Brinn Children's MuseumMilwaukee
Burlington Historical MuseumBurlington
Cedar Creek SettlementCedarburg
Cedarburg Art MuseumCedarburg
Cedarburg Cultural CenterCedarburg
- You’re Invited to Discover Native American Culture Native Culture
- Celebrating Native American Culture in Wisconsin Things to Do
- History Comes Alive at Wisconsin’s Heritage Sites Museums & History