Caddie Woodlawn Historical Park
Come see the site of the original Woodlawn home as described in the children’s book Caddie Woodlawn by Carol Ryrie Brink’s. The house is located in the township of Dunn (just south of Downsville) on State Highway 25. The house is open for tours during daylight hours from May to October. A picnic area and park is available.
View a Caddie Woodlawn Brochure for more details (PDF)
Little House Wayside and the Pepin Historical Museum
Come see a replica of Laura Ingalls Wilder’s log home as described in her books at Little House Wayside. Then visit the Pepin Historical Museum to see items relating to Pepin’s history as well as items from Laura Ingalls Wilder’s era. Contact 715-513-6383 for more information
View the Laura Ingalls Brochure for more details (PDF)
Old Courthouse Museum
Washington Square – P.O. Box 74
Durand, WI 54736
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this is the last wood-frame courthouse in Wisconsin. Please call for information about hours and admission charges.
Pepin Depot Museum
Restored Pepin railroad depot, full of railroad and steamboat memorabilia. Volunteer staff on hand to help bring the past alive. Souvenirs available. Located on the National Scenic Highway 35 in Laura Ingalls Wilder Park. Hours of operation: May – October: Daily 10 am – 4 pm
Visitors from around the world have enjoyed the Stockholm Museum’s displays and artifacts. Swedish tourists are particularly entranced that so small a community should devote as much care and attention to its history. The museum is open to the public from 12 pm – 5 pm every weekend from April 1st – the first weekend in December. It is also open most weekdays in the village high season April 15 – October 31st. The museum features t-shirts, historical postcards and other souvenirs for sale.