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Villa Louis [WI]

Villa Louis is the Victorian home of one of Wisconsin's most wealthy families. Today, visitors can explore the entire estate, from the mansion to the estate's outbuildings. In addition to the historic estate, the current park contains a museum that chronicles the history of the fur trade.

The estate offers guided tours, field trip plans which can be catered to different grades, and a visitor center that serves as a museum of the estate. The website offers an extensive virtual tour of the estate, visitor information, and a brief history of the estate.

 
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