This small local museum tells the stories of the families and culture of the Bayfield Penninsula, its joys and some tragedies....local folks have donated or lent family heirlooms for displays in this facility. The museum has free admission, but donations are welcomed gladly.
The Bayfield Heritage Museum is not a professional big city style display, with walls and walls of detailed informative panels, but rather a tastefully decorated local museum, centering on the area's historic events and the culture of the families settling in and around Bayfield.
There are booklets and informational brochures available to help the town's visitors get acquainted with this special place. The atmosphere is casual and unhurried, not like a tour...so spend some relaxed time here at your own pace. It's a good rainy day activity.
We had a nice time here at the Bayfield Heritage Museum, and we recommend this friendly facility for others to visit too. Help to support local heritage and history!
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