This is a lovely museum dedicated on the town of Bayfield and its surroundings. When we entered this museum, we were welcomed. The lady showed us all the places to explore and she was quite easy to talk with.
It covers a lot of information: The history of Bayfield area, Ray Cahill Barbershop which they moved it inside this museum, Commercial Fishing, Timberlands and Agriculture, Sand Island and the flood of 1942.
They had decorated this museum with lots of taste. The information was easy to understand and they gave pictures to illustrate it.
My favorite was the flood of 1942. It was well documented with newspaper articles, personal testimonies and lots of photos. It was even possible to buy a booklet for dirt cheap.
The museum is free, but donations are welcome.
I learned a lot about Bayfield, just by visiting this lovely museum. Thank you so much!
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