The caboose is open for viewing on special occasions or by appointment.
The Swan Room is an elegant parlor just off the main room on the first floor of the museum.
This display has become one of the most popular with young people as they study Wisconsin history.
The exhibit contains literally thousand of artifacts dating as far back as the War of 1812 to the current War on Terrorism.
The Dodge County Historical Society is proud to preserve the second steeple.
The rocks are an extensive collection developed over a lifetime by Harold and Pearl Hempel of Beaver Dam.
The star of the museum's collection was originally equipped with kerosene-powered lamps.
Among other items on permanent display at the Historical Society is an era jewelry collection.
There is a large research area with staff willing to assist as needed
Membership is easy and inexpensive. For a small fee, you can become a member of the Historical Society.
Please print and mail the form below along with a check payable to the Dodge County Historical Society.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.