Heritage Maker’s Market
One event on June 30, 2024 at 10:00 am
Join historic artisans for a celebration of Wisconsin’s rich folk life traditions! Experience the sights, smells, music, and craftsmanship in this juried event featuring 19th Century artisans selling their wares and opportunities for hands-on creations. Discover a heritage craft, such as spinning and knitting. Explore heritage farm skills, such as wood-stove cooking and antique machinery. Watch specialty craftsmen such as blacksmiths, cobblers, and broom makers create their wares. Shop historical items from the General Store.
Guests can join members of the Upper Midwest Blacksmith Association (UMBA), for a special hands-on program. There will be multiple forging stations—complete with forge, anvil, vise and tools— fired up and skilled regional blacksmiths will provide hands-on instruction for guests. Make a small iron object using the same heat and hammer techniques practiced at the historical village’s shop.
TIN TYPE EXPERIENCE
H.H. Bennett Studio invites you to step back in time and experience the historic photography studio like never before! Learn about this type of photography all while the authentic historic lens captures your one-of-a-kind image that will last a lifetime.
CHEESEMAKING with MCHS Volunteer Mark Stecker
KRUEGER SAWMILL See the sawmill in operation
General admission: $14 for adults, $13 for seniors, $10 for youth 4-17, children under 4 years of age are free. General Admission is always free for members! You can purchase your tickets when you arrive or pre-purchase your admission tickets.
Reserve your tickets ahead of time for a quick and easy arrival: Purchase General Admission Tickets Online!
The dates and information listed here are subject to change. Please call to verify dates and details.