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The History Museum at the Castle [WI]

Inside the walls of the History Museum, the past comes alive through the stories, photographs, and artifacts of people of the Fox Valley. The museum's mission is to inspire appreciation for the rich history of the Fox River Valley area communities through the collections, exhibits, and education at the History Museum at the Castle. Owned and operated by the Outagamie County Historical Society, the Museum holds collections representing the history of the Fox Valley dating back to 1840s.

The museum offers exhibits, performances, workshops, tours, research library access, educational programs, and other educational and recreational events. As well as Virtual Exhibits, a wide variety of curricula and lessons – all aligned to WI State Learning Standards, and a multitude of primary sources accessible online!

 
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