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TinType Experience at H.H. Bennett Studio & Museum

$80.00
Step back in time and experience the historic photography studio like never before! Book a one-of-a-kind photographic experience at H.H. Bennett Studio & Museum.

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Aug 5 - Sep 25 | Select Thursdays through Saturdays |
11 AM and 2 PM

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About the Event

Step back in time and experience H.H. Bennett’s historic photography studio like never before! Have your portrait “struck” using the same wet plate photography method used by H.H. Bennett, in the same studio, over 100 years ago. Learn about this type of photography all while the authentic historic lens captures your one-of-a-kind image that will last a lifetime.


Sit where H.H. and Frankie Bennett’s subjects sat while you experience the sights and smells of an 1875 photography studio. Have your portrait taken and witness the developing process as you learn about 19th-century photography.


Please note, due to the amount of chemistry and difficulty of exposing images in a 19th-century style camera, the portrait (one image) takes an average of 20 to 30 minutes each. Each TinType Experience session is booked for one hour, so we can offer up to two portraits in one session.  Click here for more information about the TinType Experience process.


Cost: $80, upgrades and additions are available during visit on-site, click here for options. 
Society members receive a 10% discount



About the Location

The Wisconsin Dells has been a destination for tourists from around the world for decades, but few people know about the man who helped make the Dells famous. H.H. Bennett Studio & Museum documents the history of the Wisconsin Dells and the life of H.H. Bennett, a Civil War soldier, photographer, and inventor whose stunning landscape photographs helped showcase the beauty of the Wisconsin Dells and the Driftless Area, attracting some of the first tourists.

H.H. Bennett Studio & Museum

215 Broadway
Wisconsin Dells, WI, 53965

Accessibility Information



Contact

For more information, please contact the box office at (608) 264-4848 or boxoffice@wisconsinhistory.org.

Event Details

Aug 5 - Sep 25 | Select Thursdays through Saturdays |
11 AM and 2 PM

Health & Safety Guidelines

Return Policy



About the Event

Step back in time and experience H.H. Bennett’s historic photography studio like never before! Have your portrait “struck” using the same wet plate photography method used by H.H. Bennett, in the same studio, over 100 years ago. Learn about this type of photography all while the authentic historic lens captures your one-of-a-kind image that will last a lifetime.


Sit where H.H. and Frankie Bennett’s subjects sat while you experience the sights and smells of an 1875 photography studio. Have your portrait taken and witness the developing process as you learn about 19th-century photography.


Please note, due to the amount of chemistry and difficulty of exposing images in a 19th-century style camera, the portrait (one image) takes an average of 20 to 30 minutes each. Each TinType Experience session is booked for one hour, so we can offer up to two portraits in one session.  Click here for more information about the TinType Experience process.


Cost: $80, upgrades and additions are available during visit on-site, click here for options. 
Society members receive a 10% discount



About the Location

The Wisconsin Dells has been a destination for tourists from around the world for decades, but few people know about the man who helped make the Dells famous. H.H. Bennett Studio & Museum documents the history of the Wisconsin Dells and the life of H.H. Bennett, a Civil War soldier, photographer, and inventor whose stunning landscape photographs helped showcase the beauty of the Wisconsin Dells and the Driftless Area, attracting some of the first tourists.

H.H. Bennett Studio & Museum

215 Broadway
Wisconsin Dells, WI, 53965

Accessibility Information



Contact

For more information, please contact the box office at (608) 264-4848 or boxoffice@wisconsinhistory.org.

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