Horicon Historical Society
322 Winter Street, Horicon
Hours: 1 pm–4 pm Open: 4th Sunday May–October
Special tours can be arranged by appointment
The museum is located in the former Satterlee Clark house. It was built in the 1850’s for the family of Mr. Clark, an attorney. He was active in local, county, and state politics for most of his life. The red bricks used to build the house came from the Chandler Brickyard; the first brickyard in Dodge County. Two other buildings on the museum grounds are a one-room schoolhouse, and a garage which houses antique farm equipment.
PO Box 65
Horicon, WI 53032-0065