About Us 


At A Glance

Visit the Marinette Historical Museum to find artifacts relevant to Northeast Wisconsin, and, primarily, Marinette. Expand your knowledge through exhibits and collections featuring Native American culture and "Queen Marinette," farm implements, Issac Stephenson, musical instruments, military items, and the Evancheck log Homestead. The museum showcases the area's logging history.


Hours 

Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day Weekend

Mon: Noon-4pm

Tue-Fri: 10am-4pm‚Äč


Admission Rates

Children (12yrs and under): Free

Teens (13-18yrs): $1.00

Adults (Over 18yrs): $3.00


Group Visits

Groups are welcome at the Marinette Historical Museum. Booking in advance is appreciated. Call (715) 732-0831 for rates.

Marinette Historical Museum

Accessibility

The museum is accessible to those with disabilities. The museum is a single level, and wheelchairs are available.


Parking

Free parking for cars, buses, and RVs.


Gift Shop

Visit our gift shop for souvenirs, books, postcards, and more.