MOUNT HOREB AREA HISTORICAL SOCIETY CELEBRATES AND PRESERVES THE RICH ETHNIC AND RURAL HERITAGE OF WISCONSIN'S SOUTHWESTERN DANE COUNTY DRIFTLESS AREA.
Our Museum is now open
Friday & Saturday 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Sunday 12:30 pm to 4:00 pm CST
100 S. 2nd St.
Mt. Horeb, WI 53572
Mondays 1 pm - 4 pm
Closed National Holidays
138 E. Main St.
Mt. Horeb, WI 53572
Volunteer with us! We have lots of projects from research to construction, and we'll help you to design something you're interested in working on.
On October 4, we will be hosting an archaeological dig for kids! Come join us in investigating four unique sites and discovering the artifacts left there.
Join us during the Wisconsin History Tour
August 23. Verona Public Library will be hosting a Historical Society Fair from 10 am until 2 pm. There is also a bike ride from the library to Mt. Horeb, with snacks and beverages at the Mt. Horeb Area Museum.
August 7. Post Offices (NEW)
We have added a listing of the historic post offices of our area with links to their webpages including an interactive map.
Also view the Finding Guide to our Archival collection on these post offices.
Facebook Group (offsite resource)
Explore the architectural history in southwestern Dane county. You can
become a member and share photographs and information about buildings
in southwestern Dane County.
See more of our Past News/Events.
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR for the Mount Horeb Area Historical Society, Inc.
Seeking chief executive to assume overall responsibility for leading and advancing the organization's mission, including education, outreach, managing staff of museum and archives, developing budgets and fund raising. In 2013 MHAHS launched a Capital Campaign to build the SW Dane County Heritage Center, located 30 miles west of Madison. Read more . . .
Browse our website for information about our organization, events, award winning Museum, Archives, and online resources.
You will also find the latest news about the
Southwestern Dane County Heritage Center Capital Campaign.
The Heritage Center will be a 16,000 square foot interactive, cultural hub in downtown Mount Horeb.
Please feel free to contact us.
Last updated: August 25, 2014