Heritage Days

SATURDAY, JULY 11th | 10 AM - 5 PM

The past comes alive at Pioneer Village Museum for two fun-filled days every July! Heritage Days is one of the Museum's largest and most popular events.

While here, be sure to:

  • Enjoy crafter demonstrations

  • Learn about butter-making

  • Check out the working blacksmith shop

  • Treat yourself to snacks at the Pioneer Grill

  • Chat with some of our fabulous volunteers

  • Watch a demonstration of Ojibwa finger weaving

  • See live campfire cooking

  • Learn how rugs are made on a loom

  • See brooms being made by hand

This year, the caboose will also be open, the General Store will be open with a full remodel, the beautiful Ebenezer Church has a new paint job just in time for Heritage Days, and the Silver-Laced Wyandotte chickens have returned to the village! These are just a few of the new things to see - if you haven't been to the museum in a while, there is much, much more to take in that happened in the last year!

No pets are allowed on the Museum grounds, with the exception of service animals.

We are a member of Blue Star Museums. Go to www.arts.gov/bluestarmuseums for more information.

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