BAYFIELD HERITAGE ASSOCIATION

EXHIBITS
Archive

While these physical exhibits at the museum have been retired, we have archived them here so you can still experience the history, including 360 virtual tours.

Wood-fire cook stove with pots and pans on top
1942 Bayfield Flood Damage on Rittenhouse Avenue

BAYFIELD FLOOD OF 1942

The Bayfield Flood of ‘42 Exhibit depicts – through the lens of the camera, front page newspaper accounts, and personal accounts given over the years – the largest and most devastating flood event in Bayfield’s history.

Sand Island Kitchen

SAND ISLAND

This exhibit presents scenes evocative of life on Sand Island, a documentary in the words and photographs of Sand Islanders, and a reference library of their diaries and stories. Life on Sand Island is lived without electricity or running water in the 21st century just as it was when Frank Shaw settled there in 1870.