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The museum is small but did have quite a few artifacts from Laura’s time and I enjoyed how they displayed them with excerpts from the book. The covered wagon was really neat to see. Down the road is a replica cabin which was also a...More
Unlike many small town museums, this place has been curated. They have an interesting collection of artifacts, logically arranged, that give a sense of pioneer life. A Little House in the Big Woods guides all the exhibits, but knowledge of Laura Ingalls Wilder to enjoy...More
So this is a pretty random stop in an area that is kind of off the beaten path, however we are big fans and we were in the area so we went out of the way to get here. The museum itself is small, but...More
Fans of Little House on the Prairie and Laura Ingalls Wilder will really enjoy this small but interesting museum. We visited on their first day open for the season. It is right in Pepin on The Great River Road. I particularly appreciated the pictures and...More
For those of us in the UK who read the books and watched the t.v. show, this museum provides an interesting view of a part of LIW's life we didn't get to see. Even though not many items on display in this museum actually belonged...More
I visited here after visiting the wayside. There is a bit about the fishing industry of early Pepin, a replica school room and a small museum.
Not a lot of items are from the Ingalls connection are on display. However, I learned that Laura and...More
The cabin replica was about 7 miles from town and was a free self guided tour. The cabin was empty but gives you a good idea of the layout and was very nicely made. We did not tour the museum but we did visit the...More
We stopped by the Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum before going to the cabin. The entry fee is expensive for what you get but for Ingalls fans, it is almost acceptable. The museum is more about the life in Pepin at the time the Ingalls were...More