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Apostle Islands National Lakeshore Exhibit and Raspberry Island Lighthouse
North of Bayfield off County Highway K at Little Sand Bay
Bayfield, WI 54891
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Phone: 715-779-3397
Link: Website
Park staff may be available for free guided tours of a commercial fishing museum at Little Sand Bay (mainland) from late June through August. Raspberry Island: During the summer season, Apostle Islands Cruise Service tour boats stop at the island and National Park Service rangers conduct tours of the historic tower from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.
Bayfield Heritage Center
30 N. Broad St
PO Box 137
Bayfield, WI 54814
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Phone: (715) 779-5958

Link: Website
The Bayfield Heritage Center Museum is open June - September on Tuesdays - Saturdays from 1 to 4 p.m. Collection and exhibits relate to the history of Bayfield and the Apostle Islands region, with focus on settlement, agriculture, logging, & lumbering, transportation, and tourism. Library, research materials, and archives accessible to the public.
Bayfield Maritime Museum
131 South First Street
Bayfield, WI 54814
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Phone: (715) 779-5630
Link: Website
Sharing stories and artifacts about Lake Superior, commercial fishing, lighthouses, boats, ships and the innovative people of Bayfield who made this living on this great inland sea.
Cable Namakagon Historical Museum
13405 Spruce St.
Cable, WI 54821
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Phone: (715) 798-5070

Link: Website
Located in a 1905 potato warehouse featuring tourism and Anishinaabe history of the Cable and Namakagon area.
Cable Natural History Museum
13470 County Hwy M
PO Box 416
Cable, WI 54821
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Phone: (715) 798-3890

Link: Website
The Cable Natural History Museum is a regional resource dedicated to promoting appreciation of nature, providing opportunities for natural history education, and advocating stewardship for the environment.
Cornucopia Historic Green Shed Museum
22690 Siskiwit Bay Pkwy
Cornucopia Harbor
Cornucopia, WI 54827
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Phone: (715) 742-3338
Link: Website
The Cornucopia Historic Green Shed Museum features fishing industry history of this Lake Superior waterfront community located on Hwy 13 at the Cornucopia harbor.
Drummond Historical Museum
14990 Superior St
Drummond, WI 54832
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Phone: (715) 739-6500

Link: Website
The Drummond Historical Museum depicts the boom era of logging and lumbering of the stately virgin white pine. The museum is open all year excluding major holidays on Tues, Wed, & Fri from 10 am - 5 pm, Thurs 10 am - 6 pm, and Sat 9 am - 1 pm. Closed Sun and Mon.
Madeline Island Museum
226 Colonel Woods Ave.
La Pointe, WI 54850
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Phone: (715) 747-2415

Link: Website
Discover the rich history of Madeline Island through exhibits and programs by exploring three centuries of island life. Museum store, musical orientation program. Open May 23-October 3.
Mason Depot Museum
24380 County Hwy E
Mason, WI 54856
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Phone: (715) 682-4408
This restored Chicago, Minneapolis, St. Paul, and Omaha Railway Depot (circa 1883) is maintained by the Mason Area Historical Society Museum. The museum contains exhibits relating to the railroad, the White River Lumber Company, local businesses, and pioneer homesteading. The archived material includes family histories, local historical information, and photographs. The museum is open from Memorial Day to Labor Day weekend on Sundays from 1 to 4 p.m.
Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center (NGLVC)
29270 County Highway G
Ashland, WI 54806
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Phone: (715) 685-9983

Link: Website
Visitor information, gift shop, tower, boardwalk, theater, historical archives, meeting rooms, and much more. Find us on facebook.
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