Curator Randy Block, grandson of one of the founders, will tell stories of the I.S. Horgen Farm Museum and its major artifacts as we tour this museum on the east side of the Exhibition Building in Marathon Park.
EXTENDED! Our quilt exhibit will be on view through August 2017 at the Woodson History Center, 410 McIndoe St., Wausau. “Pieces of the Past: Quilts Tell a Story” tells the local stories behind more than a dozen antique quilts from our Collections. Click Here For The Exhibit Home Page.
"The Greatest Occasion in the History of Wausau" 1928
October 06, 2016
From Pond to Splash Pad
June 10, 2016
Football-Watching Tips from Employers' Mutual
June 03, 2016
Safety Education from Employers' Mutual
May 25, 2016
Unique Take on Fire Prevention from 1953
May 25, 2016
The Neillsville Trolley (and other photographic feats of James Colby)
May 22, 2014
Historic Tavern Tour
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Whether you are trying to find your ancestor, want to take a tour, have an item to donate or just walk to talk History, the staff is always eager to listen.
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Our online database contains over 100,000 Marathon County records including city directory listings, plat map listings and military records. We have also added several photos and biographies of the people of Marathon County.
To collect, preserve, and exhibit materials related to the history of Marathon County, and to use those materials to help people learn about North Central Wisconsin, connect with their roots, and explore their own historical connections.
The Marathon County Historical Society provides opportunities for people to “connect” with the past and discover something about their own history and where they live. We help people learn about their own connection with the community as well as its historic roots, and how the past played a role in who they are today. We accomplish this through education, preservation, research, experiences, and entertainment.