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Madeline Island Museum, La Pointe

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  • This museum does a great job showcasing the vast history of Madeline Island. Definitely watch the video presentation if you get a chance! Staff was super friendly and made great suggestions of other t...  more »
  • Lovely museum of local culture and history going back to the french explores and missionaries. Good context for visiting the island and the region. Well informed guides and docents.  more »
  • This is a great way to learn about the history of the island--I recommend you start with their introductory film and then tour the museum. There was an exhibit about Pow-wows when I visited and, on th...  more »
  • Nice tiny museum with many work tools from the past. Many furs from different animals (fur trading has been the main business for centuries here) Actually if you're low on money I don't know if it's worth the 8$ ticket for such a short visit. The modern part is totally not worth it, fortunately there are some nicer rooms in the original part of the musuem. The staff is really friendly!
  • It's interesting when I was there they had a native Indian demonstrations
  • A nice museum which preserves the older style of museum display techniques. Excellent collection of native and 1835+ fur trade artifacts.
  • Great place to learn about the history of past culture and the surrounding area.
  • Awesome!!