Tomah Area Historical Society & Museum


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About Us

The Museum exibits include'' The comic strip ''Gasoline Alley'' and its creator Frank King, his early artwork, his office furniture, and memorbia associated.
Agriculture, Cranberry, Railroad, Logging, Indian Heritage and Military.
A large collection of womens vintage hats, and much more.
We are a non-profit organization, governed by a Board of Directors.
Our museum is free, open to the public May through October.
Go to and enter Tomah Museum


  • Memberships: Indvidual - $10.00 per yr, Family -$15.00, Business-$30.00
  • Little Red School house open Memorial day to Labor day Wednesdays & Saturdays 1 to 4 p.m.
  • Rock'n the Ice (Guess when the rock goes down on Lake Tomah January 2016
  • Annual Meeting January 25 1:30 P.M. at the Museum
  • Annual Chili Supper Feb. 6, 4:30-6:30 P.M. KC Hall Tomah, Music by Bob Honel


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Assistant Director
Category: Arts & Entertainment
The Tomah Area Historical Society is seeking an assistant director to plan, coordinate, and administrate the work of the organization in collaboration with the executive director and the volunteer Board of Directors. We collect and preserve the Tomah area’s history though a free museum. We have an active volunteer staff who are docents at both the museum and the Little Red School House in Gillett more
Phone:(608) 372-1880

Rep/Contact Info

Jim Weinzatl
Executive Director