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Stonefield Field Trip

Stonefield - a historic site

Stonefield Field Trip | Wisconsin Historical Society

Students touring Stonefield will:

  • Participate in lessons at a one-room schoolhouse
  • Visit a country store and learn about the products that were sold there
  • Tour the Wisconsin State Agricultural Museum
EnlargeAn interior view of the country store.

Stonefield in Cassville, WI

Explore a variety of entertaining and educational items related to Stonefield and the early history of Wisconsin.

Program Details
AttributeDescription
LengthTwo hours
AvailabilityMay 1 - early Oct
Maximum group size10-90 students. Large groups are divided into sub-groups
LocationStonefield, 12195 Hwy VV, Cassville, WI 53806-0125
LunchBag lunches may be brought in. A picnic area with tables is available for seating. Snacks are available in the Visitor Center.
Grade LevelK - 12
Cost$3.50 per student

Free adult admission for every 10 students

$7.25 per additional adult admission

Reserve Your Field Trip

To reserve a field trip, call 608-725-5210 or email us.

About Stonefield

Stonefield celebrates Wisconsin's rich agricultural heritage. It is located on the grand summer estate of Wisconsin's first governor, Nelson Dewey. Learn about the rise of turn-of-the-century dairy farming and the development of modern farm implements, including tractors, reapers and threshing machines. Experience the sights and sounds of the railroad — the era's most important transportation. Explore Stonefield today to see what made the state become "America's Dairyland."

Directions, Transportation, Parking

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