Wisconsin Museum of Quilts and Fiber Arts, Cedarburg

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  • This is a nice quilt museum with a great expanse of quilts, going as far back as the Civil War era. We enjoyed it.  more »
  • I came to the Museum of Quilts and Fiber Arts with my Mom, and it was the perfect attraction for us. It was not a time consuming place to tour-- we spent no more than an hour in the museum, which was ...  more »
  • I've known about this place since it's beginning, but sometimes it's hard to be a tourist in your own town and visit what is just around the corner. Luckily we had guests in town and we took them here...  more »
  • We attended their 5th birthday part last weekend. It was a nice event with learning and fun for both adults and kids (puzzles, sew-your-own bean bags for corn hole). The 1850s farmstead that it's located on was a pleasant surprise for my pioneer life-interested kids. They also have the most interesting climbing tree I've ever seen. So all around, a fun visit. We'll be back in the future.
  • A beautiful facility with knowledgeable staff to enhance your experience.
  • Appreciate the talents that have been continued for so many years. Beautiful building, location and everything is displayed so well.
  • The museum is an amazing showcase of what quilting can be. we stopped in for the first time to see the ants to elephants exhibit and it was phenomenal. The staff was very friendly and helpful. We will be stopping by again and would recommend to any art lover.
  • The Museum has awesome displays from quilt and fiber artists. They have displayed historical quilts, Japanese handwork, modern quilts, knitting, weaving, felting, punched rugs- any type of fiber art you can imagine will be featured at one time or another. Admission is only $6, and a year's membership is $30. The barn itself is a showpiece, and the time, thought, and donations that went into making this a reality was well spent. They have great workshops, open the grounds for barn days, and generally give the fiber arts community a beautiful showcase to honor those who did handwork in the past, and carry on the traditions in new ways today.