Stonefield Historic Site

Explore more than 30 buildings that offer visitors a historic perspective of farm life in rural Wisconsin at the turn of the century. An entire re-constructed village with a schoolhouse, general store, farm house, jail, saloon, and much more. Docents on site give visitors a glimpse of the settlers’ life in early Wisconsin. The site is also home to the state agricultural museum, which house is Wisconsin’s largest collection of farm tools, models in machinery detailing the state’s agricultural pass. The museum store carries an excellent selection of reproduction period goods, crafts, children’s toys and railroad themed souvenirs.