Artifacts, maps and photographs capturing the history of Wisconsin's third oldest settlement are featured in the Museum at the Portage. The past is illuminated through hundreds of authentic pieces from this unique place at the intersection of the Fox and Wisconsin Rivers. Discover the story of Portage as you explore area history and culture shaped by the influences of rivers, native people, early explorers, brickyards, railroads, and local residents.
Now on display at the Museum at the Portage.
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Portage Historical Society Books
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Museum Re-Opening Celebration
The Museum at the Portage is having a celebration of the re-opening of the museum on May 23, 2015 from 10 AM to 4 PM. Refreshments will be provided and board members and docents will be on hand
to give guided tours or visitors will be free to roam throughout the museum. Of special interest will be the areas that underwent the most
exacting and time consuming restoration. The event is open to the public at no cost.
Visit The Museum At The Portage
Featured at the museum are items that reflect the vibrant history of Portage. You'll see names and faces behind some of Portages local businesses of the past, meet a few of our colorful citizens, and discover much more.
The Museum at the Portage is reopening on April 2
April, May, Sept & Oct: Open Thurs thru Sat, 1-4PM.
June, July & August: Open Tues thru Sat, 1-4 PM.