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Schleisingerville to Slinger Historical Museum

The Edward H. Wolf Schleisingerville to Slinger Historical Museum is the local history resource for the Village of Slinger, which is located in central Washington County. The museum is located in the historic 1911 Union Depot and consists of 2500 sq ft of displays and artifacts of local history. Admission is free and the schedule

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Dheinsville Settlement & Bast Bell Museum

Maintained by the Germantown Historical Society, the six way crossroads settlement park includes 3 museums plus pre-Civil War buildings of the original hamlet. The Wolf Haus, the 1862 Christ Church, the Bast Bell Museum, Fire Hall, and a genealogy research library. Organizers of the annual Oktoberfest held the last weekend of September.

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Deutschstadt Heritage Foudation

Preserving & celebrating German Heritage. Organizers of Maifest, held in May. A traditional German festival celebrating the arrival of spring. Polka bands, ethnic dancers, including the traditional Mai Pole celebration, and authentic German food. Live music both Friday and Saturday night.

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Richfield Historical Society – Messer/Mayer Grist Mill

Located in Richfield Historical Park, 1870 restored grist mill with original equipment and 19th century six-bedroom house listed on National Register of Historic Places. Adjacent to Richfield Nature Park. Historic buildings are open during Richfield Historical Society events including Maple Syrup Family Day, Art at the Mill, and the Thresheree & Harvest Festival. Located one

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Wisconsin Automotive Museum

Wisconsin’s largest auto museum, featuring the famous Kissel, provides a rare opportunity to see the largest assembled group of luxury automobiles. Also home to the Southeastern Wisconsin Short Track Hall of Fame and 1003 Steam Locomotive. Open Year Round.

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