July 21 - Oct 31, 2019
This gripping exhibition features artifacts, photographs and other ghastly surprises that breathe life into local legends.
Nov 24, 2019 - Jan 5, 2020
Stroll through the halls of the historic Sawyer home to witness the beautiful holiday decorations.
Explore the richness of prehistoric and early life that spans 13,000 years. Learn more>>
Check out our Virtual Exhibition to discover more about the wealth of artifacts that make up this exhibition.
The former Winnebago Room is temporarily closed as staff transforms this space for this new exhibit coming this spring.
History of Sport Fishing Sat, July 20, 1:00 pm Presented by Frank Koffend, Owner of A-Lure LLC, Appleton WI. Catch the history of sport fishing from the 1460’s forward. See historical fishing lures, rods, reels, creels, Native American lures, and fossils. Get hooked by lots of “fish stories.” Free with regular admission.
Sturgeon, Our Living Dinosaurs Sun, July 21, 1:30 pm Speaker Joan Voigt, Naturalist Guide, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Wild Rose Fish Hatchery, presents the life of the sturgeon, Native American culture/respect for the sturgeon, impact of European settlers, and hatchery work on restoration and recovery efforts. Free with regular admission.
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