Heritage Historical Village 
900 Montgomery Street, New London, Wisconsin  54961

Log cabin was originally built by a family from Ireland
2018 - Open 1st and 3rd Sundays in June, July and August - 1 to 4 p.m.

June 3 & 17
July 1 & 15
August  *5, & 19

Also available by appointment

*Heritage Day & Rail Fest is August 5th in 2018 with open hours of 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Tour The Heritage Village

Step back in history as you tour six historic buildings that were moved to the village for preservation.  Browse through an octagon-shaped house, a one-room school, a chapel, log cabin, train depot and garage.  They are furnished with period furnishings. You may also examine railway equipment including a locomotive, boxcar and two cabooses, or view the depot and its exhibits of railroad artifacts and memorabilia.

No entrance fee - donations appreciated. It's enjoyment for the whole family! See the calendar for events and the days we are open.

For further information, appointments, or group tours, call (920) 982-8557 or (920) 982-5186

Experience the History and Nostalgia of Thern Farm

With beautiful views, vintage character, and intriguing history, Thern Farm is truly a reminder of a simpler time. Come visit us at Thern Farm! Contact us to set up a tour or to plan your next event! Click here for more details.

Heritage Day & Rail Fest

This annual event is held at the historical village and includes a pre-1840's Buckskinners camp, vendors, refreshments and raffles.  Click here for more details.

Purchase a C&NW Railroad History Book

The book "Chicago & North Western Railroad History at New London, Wisconsin" by Scott Sasse, is on sale at the New London Area Chamber of Commerce Office, New London Public Library, or at the Heritage Historical Village.  The book is $10.00 with proceeds benefiting maintenance at the village.  Add $5.00 if you want it shipped. More info & mail order (pdf)

Edison / Simmons Remembrances Sought

An Edison/Simmons exhibit has been established in conjunction with the acquisition of a garage moved to the village from the manufacturing site.  Please contact us to donate related artifacts, photographs, vintage New London postcards, etc.

A collection of railroad equipment


The New London Heritage Historical Society's village is adjacent to Memorial Park and New London Skate Park.  It is about 20 miles NW of Appleton, 35 miles N of Oshkosh, and 39 miles W-SW of Green Bay. Location Map

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