Other State-Owned Attractions
Here are some of the other Wisconsin state-owned historic attractions that offer programming and a visitor experience similar to our historic sites.
- Aztalan State Park
- This archaeological site contains ruins and artifacts from an ancient Middle Mississippian village. The site contains flat-topped mounds near the wooded banks of the Crawfish river and is surrounded by a partially-restored stockade. The entire 172-acre park is located between Lake Mills and Johnson Creek and is open from 6 am to 11 pm daily. State park vehicle sticker required.
- Heritage Hill State Historical Park
- This 50-acre living history museum is nestled on the banks of the Fox River near Green Bay, Wisconsin. While the museum buildings close during the off season, the state park remains open year-round. Admission fee required.
- The Seth Peterson Cottage
- This 1958 Frank Lloyd Wright home wad designed to balance on the edge of a wooded bluff overlooking Mirror Lake near Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin. Open house tours are held on the second Sunday of each month. Admission fee required.
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