Museums in La Crosse, WI

Find museums in La Crosse, WI. Listings include Children's Museum of La Crosse, La Crosse Public Library, La Crosse County Historical Society, UW-La Crosse MVAC, Dahl Auto Museum and Jefferson Archives Publishing, LLC. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

  • 08/07/20
    Happy International Beer Day! 🍻 Image: Bottle label from Michel's Elfenbräu Beer from La Crosse Breweries Inc. The elves are hard at work brewing beer.
    > La Crosse County Historical Society
  • 08/06/20
    Join LCHS for this year's production of Discover the Silent City: Votes for Women at Oak Grove Cemetery on Saturday, September 12, 2020.
    > La Crosse County Historical Society
  • 08/04/20
    Did you know that Historic Hixon House was used as a dormitory in the 1940s?
    > La Crosse County Historical Society
  • 07/30/20
    LCHS staff and volunteers were at Oak Grove Cemetery today, preparing for this year's Discover the Silent City: Votes for Women. Stay tuned for more details.
    > La Crosse County Historical Society
  • 07/28/20
    Happy National Chocolate Day! 🍫 Michael Kratchwil founded the Kratchwil Candy Company in 1882 in La Crosse. The candy company produced fine chocolates, chocolate bars, ice cream, and hard candies. ...
    > La Crosse County Historical Society
  • 07/24/20
    A lot of painting is happening today at the La Crosse Area Heritage Center! 🎨
    > La Crosse County Historical Society
  • 07/19/20
    Happy National Ice Cream Day! 🍦 From the 1930s to the 1970s, the Dolly Madison Dairy of La Crosse made ice cream in many flavors and distributed it all over the area. This package once held a half g...
    > La Crosse County Historical Society
  • 07/18/20
    The Enduring Family Project is filming in Hixon House! The house is a stand-in for the Easton mansion, and they are filming the story of George Poage, the first African American Olympic medalist, who ...
    > Historic Hixon House
  • 07/18/20
    The Enduring Family Project is filming in Hixon House! The house is a stand-in for the Easton mansion, and they are filming the story of George Poage, the first African American Olympic medalist, who ...
    > La Crosse County Historical Society