Neosho/Rubicon Historical Society

115 S. Schuyler St., Neosho

Hours: 5 pm–8 pm  Open: 2nd Wednesday May–October
Hours: 1pm–4 pm Open: 4th Sunday May–October
Special tours can be arranged by calling 920.382.350

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The Old Village Hall Museum was listed on the National and State Registry of Historic Places in 2018. It was built beginning in 1914 and has housed the museum since 1989. The museum serves the communities of Neosho, Rubicon, Iron Ridge, Woodland, Huilsburg, and the townships of Rubicon, Herman, and eastern Hubbard.

Visit wonderful rotating displays including a blacksmith shop, farm implements, a one room school display, Roaring 20s bank, the One Price Store, fire departments, an old theatre, famous local sports figures, churches, the military, the Neosho brewery, and cheese factories. Walk on a facsimile of the Old Plank Road that went from Oconomowoc to Mayville.  View many original artifacts of days gone by. Treat your family and friends to a glimpse of the past by visiting our museum.  You may be surprised at this “hidden gem” in Neosho!

Volunteers are on-site to guide you. The Museum also houses a genealogical research library.

Mailing address:
PO Box 105
Neosho, WI 53059-0105