Shawano Country
Things To Do
History/Museums/Attractions
Arvid E. Miller Memorial Library Museum
Arvid E. Miller Memorial Library Museum
N8510 Moh He Con Nuck Rd, Bowler, WI - 715-793-4270Website | Directions

The archives of Mohican History are available for study and research. Displays depict Mohican life from pre-European times through the tribe’s migration to Wisconsin. Located 4 miles east of Bowler.


Bonduel Community Archives
Bonduel Community Archives
108 S. First St, Bonduel, WI - 715-758-2687Website | Directions

A collection of pictures, papers and information about the early settlers, their farms, and businesses in the Bonduel, Cecil, and Navarino areas. Archival work is also done for family genealogy research.


Bowler Area Historical Society
Bowler Area Historical Society
104 E Main St., Bowler, WIWebsite | Directions

The former St. Mathews Lutheran Church built in 1914 is now a museum. The Society is dedicated to preserving, presenting, and promoting the history of the Bowler area.


Doc's Classic Car & Cycle Museum
Doc's Classic Car & Cycle Museum
W2709 WI-29, Bonduel, WI - 715-758-9080Website | Directions

Cool muscle cars, old cycles and lots of old automotive-related signs and antiques can be seen. While visiting you may see potbelly pigs, buffalo, tortoises or alligators. Located inside Doc’s Harley-Davidson of Shawano Co. Inc.,


Eland Railroad Depot
Eland Railroad Depot
intersection of Mountain Bay and WIOUWASH state trails, Eland, WI - 715-253-2820Website | Directions

The present depot, built in 1912, is home for the Eland Historical Society. It has a large collection of railroad photos and operating equipment, early village photos of businesses, industries and homes. 2,000 ft. of rail track. Open the second Sunday June through August. 


Gresham Depot Museum
Gresham Depot Museum
Main St., Gresham, WI - 715-787-3271Website | Directions

A former railroad depot with telegrapher’s equipment, railroad lanterns, timetables, freight wagon and other railroad memorabilia. Operated by the Gresham Women’s Club. The depot is located 13 miles northwest of Shawano on Main Street in Gresham. Open June-August Saturdays: 1:30 – 4pm. For special tours, call 715-787-3271.


Menominee Logging Camp Museum
Menominee Logging Camp Museum
W3426 County Rd VV West, Keshena, WI - 715-799-5258Website | Directions

Each building holds thousands of logging artifacts-the largest collection in the world. Visitors will see a bunkhouse, cook shanty, camp office, wood butcher’s shop, saw filer’s shack, blacksmith shop, horse barn, scoop cedar roof shed, Bateaux vessel used for log drives and an authentic “1911” steam driven locomotive engine.


Shawano Has History
Shawano Has History
524 N. Franklin St., Shawano, WI - 715-526-3323Website | Directions

Shawano Has History is an interactive connection to the rich history of Shawano County through educational plaques that will foster an awareness that will link the past to the present and future.


Shawano’s Heritage Park
Shawano’s Heritage Park
524 N. Franklin St., Shawano, WI - 715-526-3323Website | Directions

Spirit of Shawano Main Street Statues
Spirit of Shawano Main Street Statues
Corner of Main Street and Green Bay Streets, Shawano, WIDirections

Sun Drop University Museum & Gift Shop
Sun Drop University Museum & Gift Shop
920 South Franklin St., Shawano, WI - 715-526-5031Website | Directions

A unique and fun-filled attraction awaits! View Sun Drop memorabilia, videos and experience fun interactive displays. Learn the history of Sun Drop, watch movies on the history of Twig’s,view the bottling process, and most importantly, sample their sodas! Free Admission.


The Mooseyard
The Mooseyard
The area north of the Shawano Lake and South of the Menominee Indian Reservation in the town of Wescott., Shawano, WI - 715-526-9853Website | Directions

Tigerton Historical Park
Tigerton Historical Park
The corner of Chestnut St. and Swanke St., Tigerton, WI - 715-571-8000Website | Directions

Four historic buildings represent important institutions of pioneer life in the Tigerton area. The Tigerton Area Historical Society works to preserve the history of Tigerton and surrounding areas. 


Wittenberg Museum
Wittenberg Museum
At the corner of Vinal Street and Summit Street, Wittenberg, WI - 715-253-3791Website | Directions