WISCONSIN HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Interpreter demonstrates for visitors

Plan Your Visit


Plan Your Visit

Begin your Island exploration at the Madeline Island Museum, a half block up from the Island ferry docks on Colonel Woods Avenue.

TICKETS & HOURS

TICKETS

General Admission: $10
Senior (65+): $8
Child (5 – 12): $5
Child (4 & under): Free

Wisconsin Historical Society Members: Free

CURRENT HOURS

Open May 25 – October 19, 2019.

Closed Tuesday, October 1.
  • Spring

    May 25 – July 3

    Open Daily: 10am – 4pm

  • Summer

    July 4 – September 1

    Open Daily: 10am – 5pm

  • Fall

    September 2 – October 19

    Tuesday – Sunday: 10am – 5pm

    The Museum will be closed on Tuesday, October 1.

  • Winter

    October 20 – Spring 2020

    Closed for the season.

PARKING & DIRECTIONS

PARKING

Take the ferry to Madeline Island (20 minute ride). Madeline Island Museum is one block up from the ferry dock on Col. Woods Ave.

On-site vehicle parking is available for free at Madeline Island Museum.

MUSEUM STORE & AMENITIES

Museum Store

Choose from our selection of hand-made Ojibwe crafts and jewelry, as well as traditional children’s toys, books and games.

Guests view some Madeline Island gifts

Attractions

Madeline Island is home to the Apostle Islands National lakeshore, a vibrant arts communities, cultural venues, and plentiful recreation spots. Find places to stay in the Chequamegon Bay Area.

One of the attractions near the Madeline Island Museum

ACCESSIBILITY & SAFETY

Madeline Island Museum’s Capser Center exhibit hall is accessible by wheelchair. Due to the scale used in our other historic buildings, access is somewhat limited. Reasonable accommodations can be made for individuals requiring wheelchairs for mobility. For more information regarding access to site buildings, grounds and programs please contact Madeline Island Museum at 715-747-2415.

While no pets are allowed on the museum grounds, service animals are permitted for persons with disabilities in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

No firearms or weapons allowed on the premises.