Located in the old Hilgen & Schroeder Mill Store at the corner of Portland and Columbia Roads, the Museum will create unique spaces for permanent installments, rotating exhibits, and interactive technology. It will also house the offices of the Cedarburg Chamber of Commerce, the Cedarburg Visitor Center and the Cedarburg General Store Museum.

 

 

In 2015, a vision became a reality when a local benefactor offered the building as a place to house the Center. From there, the Cedarburg Landmarks Preservation Society started construction to bring the building back to its original condition.  

 

The Cedarburg Cultural Center will lend its long history of museum oversight which has proved so successful with the Kuhefuss House Museum and the General Store Museum, taking advantage of decades of exhibit expertise.

Introducing...

The Cedarburg History Museum

A new project destined to become a fixture of historic Cedarburg called the Cedarburg History Museum is now open in the heart of its thriving historical downtown district. The venture was completed through the efforts of a unique partnership of the Cedarburg Landmarks Preservation Society Inc., local benefactors and the Cedarburg Cultural Center.

CENTER GALLERY

Port Washington State Bank GENERAL STORE MUSEUM

ICE CREAM PARLOR

Rita and Carl Edquist HISTORIC PHOTO and

ORAL HISTORY GALLERY and ARCHIVES

Cedarburg History presented on

INTERACTIVE TECHNOLOGY

CANDY STORE

LINCOLN BUILDING

1920s SCHOOLROOM

 

The Lincoln Building, once Cedarburg's only grade school, is the home of the Cedarburg Cultural Center's restored 1920's school room. Filled with ornate desks, slate tablets and inkwells, this room takes visitors back to a bygone era and a simpler time.School groups participating in the Center's Historic School Tour Program experience this historic little room.

CEDARBURG LANDMARKS PRESERVATION SOCIETY  

 

RITA EDQUIST MEMORIAL FUND

 

MAL & JILL HEPBURN

The Capadona Family

Greater Cedarburg Foundation

Port Washington State Bank

Anonymous     Dan & Amy Argall    

John & Ann Augustin    

Lisa Froemming  

Jack & Susan Hale    

Shirley & Bruce Krenzke

Tim & Kathy Carr    Matt & Bridget DeLoge    

Johnson Controls      Paul & Philia Hayes  

Andy & Chris Lamperuer     Bill & Pat Moren    

The Stangl Family   The Wallace Family Foundation

Dahlman Construction   Balance Studios  

Cedar Crest Dairy   Judy Jepson     

Sandy Mantooth   Tom Shea    Don Stauss

Visual Image Photography

The Cedarburg Cultural Center thanks its donors...

 

 

The restoration and renovation of this building was made possible by the generosity and commitment of the following: 

LANDMARK FEED, SEED AND SUPPLY CO., INC

 

LEVY & LEVY, S.C.

 

OLSEN'S PIGGLY WIGGLY

 

JAMES AND SANDRA PAPE

 

MARGERY H. UIHLEIN

 

JOHN F. WITTENBERG FAMILY

 

GREGORY W. ZIMMERSCHIED AND

MARY-KAY BOURBULAS

 

CEDARBURG LANDMARKS PRESERVATION SOCIETY

 

GREATER CEDARBURG FOUNDATION

 

RANDALL AND HOPE GROTH

 

JACK AND SUSAN HALE

 

RALPH J. HUIRAS FOUNDATION INC.

 

PATRICK AND NANCY KENNEDY

 

WILLIAM E. and

 SHARON L. LA MACCHIA   

 

LA ROSA LANDSCAPE CO.

 

 

FOUNDERS

BENEFACTORS

 

Brian and Cathy Collins

Layton and Barbara Olsen

Port Washington State Bank

Rotary Club of

Cedarburg-Grafton

1849 KUHEFUSS HOUSE MUSEUM

W63 N627 Washington Avenue

 

The Kuhefuss House Museum is located in Cedarburg's downtown National Historic District at W63N627 Washington Avenue.

Maintained by the Cultural Center, the Kuhefuss House Museum is among the oldest and most important residences in Cedarburg. This simple Greek Revival structure has stood sentinel beside Washington Avenue for more than 160 years and serves as an excellent example of early German-American family life. During this period, the house provided a gracious homestead for five generations of one of Cedarburg's oldest families.

School teacher Marie Kuhefuss, the last surviving member of the family, bequeathed the home to the Cultural Center in 1989. A founding member of the Center, Miss Kuhefuss also left an extensive collection of family photographs and memorabilia which can be seen in the home.

 

Cedarburg Cultural Center / Arts Center

W62 N546 Washington Ave

Cedarburg, WI  53012  -  262-375-3676 / Email

Hours / Tuesday - Saturday   10am-5pm  

Sunday   12-4pm  / Closed Monday

Box Office - 262-375-3676 ext. 101

Cedarburg History Museum

       N58 W6194 Columbia Rd  

Cedarburg, WI   53012

262-746-2099 / Email

Hours / Monday - Saturday   10am-4pm

Sunday   12-4pm

 

Kuhefuss House Museum

 W63 N627 Washington Ave  Cedarburg, WI   53012

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Cedarburg History Museum

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