PO Box 776 104 N. Oak St.
Crivitz, WI 54114
Phone: (715) 854-3278
A museum of local history. Displays include logging, farm tools and equipment, and early home life in the Crivitz Area. The main museum building includes displays of how the early residents lived, went to school and worked. There is also have a display of Native American artifacts that have been collected in the areas around Crivitz.
On the museum grounds there is a reconstructed logging camp building which houses our logging displays, as well as an early resort cabin relocated from Lake Noquebay.
Open hours are Wednesday through Saturday (June-July-August) 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM.
The museum is at the corner of South Avenue and Oak Street, across from Crivitz High School, and one block west of McDonalds.