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Reedsburg Area Historical Society and Museum [WI]

The Reedsburg Area Historical Society preserves the history of Central Wisconsin, and owns and operates a local history museum to showcase society collections to the public. The museum is open year-round, and features artifacts pertaining to the history of the area. The museum is part of the Pioneer Log Village, a reconstructed village which recreates pioneer life.

The society offers a museum and the Pioneer Log Village, open to tours. The website offers visitor information and information on nearby attractions.

 
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