About General Admission
After checking in at the front desk, guests begin their museum journey with a 20 minute musical introductory film on the history of the island.
Afterwards, guest will continue to explore the Capser Center Gallery featuring the exhibit "Wiigwaazii: The Evolving Traditions of Birch," a collaboration between the Madeline Island Museum and artists Pat Kruse and Terri Hom.
Guests will continue back in time to the original museum which was opened by Leo and Bella Capser in 1958. The Original Madeline Island Museum consists of four log buildings dovetailed together and filled with the history of the island, from pre-European contact to the mid-1900's. Come experience the intersection of cultures at the Madeline Island Museum!
Senior (65+): $8
Child (5-12): $3
About the Location
Madeline Island Museum
Madeline Island Historical Museum
226 Colonel Woods Ave
La Pointe, WI 54850
The site is fully accessible to visitors requiring a wheelchair for mobility.
For more information, please contact Madeline Island Museum at (715) 747-2415 or firstname.lastname@example.org.