Director Keldi of Madeline Island talks with some guests at Madeline Islands Wiigwaazi Exhibit in 2021

Plan Your Visit

Closed for the season

Madeline Island Museum is closed for the season. Thank you to our members and guests for your support during the 2021 season. We look forward to welcoming you back in May for the 2022 season. In the meantime, continue exploring Wisconsin history year-round at Wade House, the Wisconsin Historical Museum and through other Historical Society Events.

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Walking Tours

Lost La Pointe Walking Tour, a bricked path leading into the trees

Lost La Pointe Walking Tours

Madeline Island and the town of La Pointe have been popular vacation destinations for decades, but the rich history behind this beautiful landscape spans centuries and features many cultures.

Join the Madeline Island Museum for a walking tour exploring this dynamic history during an hour-long, 3/4 mile journey through downtown La Pointe.

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Madeline Island gift shop is filled with books, Ojibwe art, calendars, post cards and much much more!

Visit the Madeline Island Museum gift shop to take home some of the history of Wisconsin. You’ll find unique items that are sure to delight visitors of all ages, including books, home decor, hand-made Ojibwe crafts & jewelry, as well as traditional children’s toys, and much more!

Enjoy 10 percent off store items as a Wisconsin Historical Society member.

Many of the items we sell in store are available online. Explore the gifts and books that are for sale!



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. 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.