Bayfield Heritage Association

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30 North Broad Street
Bayfield, WI 54814
(715) 779-5958
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Please visit BHA's website, Facebook page, or call 715-779-5958 for current hours and information.

About Us

The Bayfield Heritage Association (BHA) is a nonprofit dedicated to preserving and sharing the history and culture of the Bayfield area through museum exhibits, educational programs, and archival read more
  • About

    The Bayfield Heritage Association (BHA) is a nonprofit dedicated to preserving and sharing the history and culture of the Bayfield area through museum exhibits, educational programs, and archival research. BHA was established in 1974 and continues to serve visitors and area residents through the following services:

    FREE HISTORY MUSEUM

    The Bayfield Heritage Museum is open seasonally, June - October. Please check our website or Facebook page for current hours or call our main office at 715-779-5958. Museum admission is free and donation are appreciated.

    EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMING

    The Bayfield Heritage Associations offers monthly educational programs (Sunday afternoons, 2:00pm fall - spring months) about area history through our John Matthew Black Program Series. See a full listing of events on our website.

    ARCHIVAL RESEARCH

    The Bayfield Heritage Association maintains a collection of historical archives (documents, photographs, books, maps, recorded interviews, etc.) from our region through an electronic database, as well as a complete physical collection on-site. Interested in learning more about your family history or a particular topic from our area? Call or email our Pike Research Center staff to schedule an appointment or submit a research request, 715-779-5958 or bhaprc@centurytel.net.


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  • Member Events

    Sunday Jan 27, 2019
    Apostle Islands lighthouses, volunteers, history, community ...read more
  • Directions

    The Museum is one block up from Rittenhouse Avenue (main street through Bayfield). Turn north on Broad St. at Joanne's Scandinavian toward Washington Ave. Museum is blue building on the right.