1830 Rose Street
La Crosse, WI 54603
Phone: (608) 781-1400
Fax: (608) 781-3948
Arts & Museums
This museum features over 6,000 dolls including a large Barbie collection.
Historical musuem portraying some of Onalaska's oldest and most cherished history. This museum offers the lumbering industry history, settlers cabins, and unique Indian historical aritifacts.
Wisconsin artist Susan Sampson incorporates numerous image styles from wooden stencils to original oils.
A variety of permanent and changing exhibits educate and enlighten both children and adults about the history of La Crosse County.
Learning and fun rolled into one. Explore three floors of hands-on exhibits for children, ages 1-12, and their adult companions. Offers a multi-purpose theater and gift shop. They also offer opportunities for field trips and birthday parties.
La Crosse's first pumping station, now home to many art organizations.
Named for the stone railway that arches nearby, this museum features early agricultural equipment, tools, household items, and pioneer artifacts, as well as featuring an authentic one-room school house, a log cabin, and a barn.
An effigy of astronaut Deke Slayton greets visitors to his memorial museum. Established in 1999, the Deke Slayton Memorial Space & Bicycle Museum was founded in honor of this home hero. It houses an exhibition showcasing the trajectory of transportation - from bicycles to aviation to space travel. The collection features over 80 vintage bicycles, a spacesuit and several outer space-related models and artifacts.
Formerly constructed as a meeting hall, the Monroe County Museum is a Classic Revival structure and is historically named as the Sparta Masonic Temple. Included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, this museum is dedicated to the rich historical heritage of the county.
This museum celebrates Watkins one hundred twenty fifth anniversary, and features a variety of Watkins memorabilia, as well as examples of everything in the Watkins product line.
This institute features a repository of Polish culture, family heirlooms, religious articles, books, parish records, and many other priceless and historical treasures.
This museum features hour long tours for groups of fifteen persons or more, which consist of watching artists create and manufacture stained glass windows from initial sketches; one will also see demonstrations of how slab glass windows are made.