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We happened to stop by during the IPO of the movie "Koshkokong Prairie" and found this museum interesting. Mostly about the Scandinavian immigrants leaving their homelands and settling in the area. Museum is free, donations are requsted. We enjoyed our visit
Livsreise gives you a fantastic travel into the life of the immigrants coming to WI, ND and SD coming to US from Norway. A various exhibition gives you an insight about how it was. Great place, great staff!
This place is bright and airy with plenty of natural light. Nice exhibits and helpful volunteers. We saw a very nice video about the Norwegian immigration. There was also a guest lecturer from the University of Wisconsin. The location is perfect- right on Main Street....More
A very pleasant surprise, with very educational and interesting exhibits, concerning the life of immigrants from Norway, and their journey to the Midwestern United States. If your heritage is Norwegian, it might well be a "must see", and if you are into geneology, they operate...More
Quite surprising to find this sort of thing in a smalltown downtown. A great tribute to the Norwegian heritage in the area. The information was fascinating. Efficient- you'll get through it in an hour or two. The building was expertly designed and constructed. Well done...More
Well, if your a Norwegian American this beautiful building filled with a lot of historical artifacts and information about the immigration of Norwegians to Wisconsin will be quite interesting. If your not, maybe not so much. Good way to kill an hour and you may...More
Livsreise gives you a fantastic travel in the life of the immigrants coming to WI, ND and SD coming to US from Norway. A various exhibition gives you an insight about how it was. Great place, great staff!
This new museum is full of interesting tidbits about the Norwegian immigrants who settled around here. The interactive touch screens are informative and easy to use. The building is appointed with lots of wood and carving, and would be impressive even without the displays. AND...More
This attraction is free and provides insight into the lives of the Norwegian immigrants that settled in America. We found it to be entertaining and educational. We spent 90 minutes there but could have spent most of the day here if we had more time.