3520 Milton Ave.
Janesville, WI 53545
Phone: (608) 754-0251
Fax: (608) 754-0256
Arts & Museums
This local art gallery offers visitors garden based artwork.
Features area's local tobacco memorabilia and local history.
Sterling North Home and Museum is the restored childhood home of its namesake author who was best known for his children's book, Rascal. Adorned with period decor, the house was the setting of his classic book. It also features many family photos and artifacts. The home was in neglect for several years before it was renovated by a local non profit organization who wanted to preserve the historic house. It opened its doors in 1997 and welcomes everyone on Sunday afternoons from April to December.
Home of the Robert and Elizabeth Solem museum which features a variety of local historical themes.
See this collection of 225,000 artifacts from every continent. The museum of anthropology has history from everywhere.
See the largest angel collection in the country. Offers the Berg angel collection, the Black angel collection, and more. The angels are made of everything from crystal and porcelain to cornhushs and spaghetti.
This local history museum and national dairy shrine offers a variety of exhibits and 19th century tools and Ornithology displays.
Previously home to the Stoughton Universalist Church, this beautiful Greek Revival building now operates as the Stoughton Historical Museum. The museum focuses to display the culture and history of this area through their exhibits. Open on Sundays, this quaint history museum can get you well acquainted with the times that have passed in Stoughton.