Menominee Heritage Museum

In 1976, the Menominee County Historical Society acquired the St. John the Baptist Catholic Church for use as a heritage museum to house priceless artifacts and photographs from Menominee County’s illuminating history.


Today, visitors can tour this well-preserved building to experience the beautiful and informative displays our hard-working curator keeps updated.  You’ll learn about the lives of fur traders, immigrants, loggers, Menominee Indians, and other fascinating people who came before us.

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During the summer months, our museum is open to the public, but we ask that you please consider a free-will donation to help offset the cost of operating expenses.  Regardless, we’d be delighted if you stopped by, and even have a small gift shop, should you want a souvenir to remember the occasion.

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