Fish Creek’s Noble House Museum Opens for the Season

The historic Alexander Noble House Museum in Fish Creek is now open Monday through Sunday, 12 – 5 pm, until October 17. Built in 1875, the Noble House was home to three generations of the Noble Family and has been a landmark on Fish Creek’s busiest corner. A costumed guide will lead visitors throughout the house. Admission is $4 for adults and $2 for children.

The Country Doctor, a new display, will feature vintage artifacts used by Dr. Gertrude Howe, granddaughter of the Nobles.

The new GHA History Center adjacent to the museum will be staffed and open to the public on Thursdays and Fridays. Self-guided walking tour booklets may be obtained at Noble House Museum or Fish Creek Information Center for $2.

The Gibraltar Historical Association will also provide guided Historical Walking Tours of downtown buildings. The walks will begin at the Old Town Hall, located at 4176 Maple Street. Barbara McKesson will lead Wednesday walks through downtown Fish Creek at 4 pm; Ron Dammon will lead Friday walks featuring historic churches and resorts at 10 am. Free will donations are appreciated. For more information call 920.868.2316

For more information about the museum call 920.868.2091, to book bus tours call 920.868.3619, or to view a GHA schedule of events visit