Ephraim Village Museums Announce Fall Museum Hours

Door County fall months are a wonderful time to get acquainted with the buildings and stories of historic Ephraim. The Ephraim Village Museums’ summer hours will end Saturday, August 30 and fall museum hours will begin Friday, September 5. The Anderson Barn History Center will be closing early in the fall season and will be open for the weekends of September 5 and 6 and September 12 and 13. The other four museum buildings – the Anderson Store, Pioneer Schoolhouse, Goodletson Cabin, and the Historic Iverson House will be open Friday and Saturday from 11 am – 4 pm until Saturday, October 11. In addition, walking tours of historic Ephraim will continue throughout the fall season, leaving from the Anderson Store at 10:30 am Wednesdays and Fridays through October 10.

Admission to the Ephraim Village Museums is $5 for adults, $3 for students aged 6 – 18, and free for children under the age of six. The admission price includes entrance to all five of the museums as well as a guided walking tour. If you miss the guided walking tour on Wednesdays and Fridays throughout the fall season, audio walking tours are also available for checkout through the Ephraim Visitor’s Center on Water Street/Highway 42. The price of these tours is the same as the guided walking tour, and also includes entrance into the five museum buildings.

For more information on the Ephraim Village Museums and the Ephraim Historical Foundation, please visit or call 920.854.9688.