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The Waukesha County Museum has begun a complete building transformation, we are working to rehabilitate the historic courthouse complex we occupy in beautiful downtown Waukesha. Due to construction the Museum is temporarily closed to daily...more
Les Paul exhibit on the 3rd floor is wonderful, but take time on the 1st floor to get to know Dr. I. M. Nutts, learn about local involvement in the Civil War, and see the 2nd floor exhibits. It's worth taking the stairs so you...More
The exhibit here is very good, but do take the time to pick up The Les Paul Foundation map guide (c) April 2016 of significant locations in the life of Les Paul in the area. As Waukesha residents, we enjoyed discovering where he was born...More
We went there on May 18, 2016 but there was a sign on the door indicating that they were closed for renovations. I also called them and was told that were closed for renovations but may open partially in July depending on the progress of...More
We were in town for a family visit and in between family gatherings we decided to take our children here: so they can learn about the town their mom and dad grew up in. They had so many questions and just being there, talking about...More
This is waukesha, WI...what more can you ask for in a small Wisconsin suburb outside of milwaukee. It was cool to read about the history since I grew up in Mukwonago (@ 20mins from Waukesha) and I also lived in the historic part of Waukesha...More
This is an average museum because it gives you the history of the city, but doesn't really appeal to kids. It's is okay for people who want to know more about the city. I don't really like it. But again it's good for if you...More