Our Vision: We believe that the unique cultural, natural and intellectual histories of the Mount Horeb area have the ability to inspire a realization of a shared human condition and empower those we serve to find their place in a world of inherent change and diversity.
Our Mission: The Mount Horeb Area Historical Society collects, preserves and makes accessible the physical remnants of the human and natural history of the Mount Horeb area for the purpose of sharing the broader histories and prehistories of America through this localized lens.
The "Mount Horeb area" is specifically defined as the townships of Blue Mounds, Springdale, Perry, Vermont, Primrose, parts of Verona and Cross Plains and all villages and municipalities therein.
Life and Change at
the Edge of the
Exhibit is now open!
Wednesday to Sunday
10:00am to 4:00pm
Monday & Tuesday-CLOSED
@ 100 S 2nd St, Mt Horeb
Admission by Suggested Donation.
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