WISCONSIN HISTORICAL SOCIETY
A group of guests walk down a dirt road

Plan Your Visit


PLAN YOUR VISIT

Daily guided tours of the Nelson Dewey Home, the State Agricultural Museum, and the 1901 Progressive Farmstead share the site’s history as well as the period of great change from about 1890 to 1910. Plan a minimum of two and a half hours to tour the entire site.

TICKETS & HOURS

TICKETS

General Admission: $12
Senior (65+): $10
Child (5 – 12): $6
Child (4 & under): Free

Wisconsin Historical Society Members: Free

CURRENT HOURS

Plan a minimum of two and a half hours to tour the entire site.

  • 2019 Season

    June 1 – September 30

    Thursday – Sunday: 10am – 4pm

  • Guided Tours

    Nelson Dewey Home Site: 11am & 3pm
    State Agricultural Museum: 12:15pm & 1:45pm

  • Self-Guided Tours

    There are many self-guided options around the site. They include the 1901 Progressive Farm House, 1900 Farming Village, the 13 sheds that house examples of mechanical innovation in farming.

    If you do not have time for the guided tour of the State Agricultural Museum, that can also be viewed as a self-guided experience.

PARKING & DIRECTIONS

Nestled between scenic bluffs and the Mississippi River, Cassville is surrounded by natural beauty.

On-site vehicle parking is available for free at Stonefield Historic Site.

MUSEUM STORE & AMENITIES

Museum Store

Visit our charming on-site museum store filled with unique, one-of-a-kind gifts to take a little of the experience home with you.

Guests examine some of the products in the Stonefield store

Attractions

Across the street from Stonefield, Nelson Dewey State Park offers incredible hiking, camping, and picnic facilities. For more information please contact the Cassville Tourism Office.

Guests enjoy food and drinks at Brewery Creek

Audio Tour

Try our free audio tour as you explore the site.

Guests begin their audio tour

ACCESSIBILITY & SAFETY

Stonefield is located on 20 acres along the banks of the Mississippi River. Many pathways are level but somewhat rugged. Wheelchair access is available to the Visitor Center, State Agriculture Museum, and most other buildings.
Due to the scale used in historic buildings, access to the Farmstead and the Nelson Dewey Home is limited. Reasonable accommodations can be made for individuals requiring mobility assistance. For more information regarding access to site buildings, grounds and programs please contact Stonefield at 608-725-5210.

Pets must be attended and held on a short leash at all times. Restrict animals to outdoor areas and please pick up after them. Service animals are permitted for persons with disabilities in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

No guns, knives, or weapons allowed on premises.