Alexander Noble House Open For Season With New Exhibit

The historic Alexander Noble House Museum opens for the season on June 10, featuring “A Glimpse of the Past” with an added feature, Victorian Christmas in the parlor. The Gibraltar Historical Association (GHA) created this display depicting Fish Creek life from the late 1800s to early 1900s.

The exhibit will be especially pleasing to individuals who love period clothing with gowns never displayed before. One room filled with photos of the area from the turn of the century, and another room explores fur trapping and fishing. The Victorian Christmas display in the parlor takes you back to the birth of Christmas in America. The Noble House is the oldest unchanged residence in Fish Creek; it was built in 1875 by Alexander Noble, whose many roles included town blacksmith, postmaster and town chairman. Enjoy a tour of the 10-room home and experience a portrayal of domestic life in Door County at the turn of the century.

Dr. Herman Selcher & Wife, Circa 1910 001

The GHA also provides guided Historical Walking Tours of downtown buildings on Thursday and Saturdays at 10 am, from June 10 through Aug. 26. Tours leave from the Old Town Hall, 4167 Maple Street, Fish Creek.

Free audio tours of 23 historic buildings in Fish Creek are available 24 hours a day, find a blue tile marker, dial 920.269.0014 and enter the number followed by the # sign and enjoy.

Lundberg's & Hill's Grocery Stores, Circa 1905

The Noble House Museum is located on the corner of Hwy 42 and Main Street with docent led tours, 10 – 3 pm, Tuesday through Sundays now through October. Admission is $5 and group tours are welcome. For more information, call 920.868.2091 or email [email protected].

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