Museums

The Museum of Local History located at 111 S. Adams Ave. a two-story brick building built in 1888, is a tribute to the early history of the Berlin area and the people, businesses and industry that helped shape the community. Click here to read more…

The Berlin Bottling Works building, a former carriage house/garage, displays an early 20th century living and kitchen area with early appliances and furniture. Ice harvesting equipment from the days of ice boxes are part of the collection in this building. Early print shop equipment, when pages were set one letter at a time, round out this building’s displays. Click here to read more…

The Huser Blacksmith shop still contains blacksmithing equipment along with early transportation vehicles and transportation articles. Larger scale cranberry harvest equipment is located here along with the tools that made the tools that carved Mt. Rushmore. The practice racing sulkey is pulled by “Spirit” our mannequin horse. Click here to read more…

These museums are open the 2nd and 4th Sundays during the summer starting with a special open house on May 25th from 1 to 4 p.m. They will be open June 8th, June 22, July 13th and July 27th, August 10th and August 24th, 2014 from 1 to 4 p.m. or by special appointment other times by calling 920-361-2460. Admission is free but donations are welcome.

Built in the mid 1860’s on a farm in Waushara County, Clark School began accepting students in September of 1866. By the early part of the 1960’s these small one-room rural schools were being closed and their students transferred to the larger school systems. Click here to read more…