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Paul Bunyan Logging Camp Museum
Established in 1934, the Paul Bunyan Logging Camp Museum in Eau Claire showcases logging camp-life in the 1890s. Begin your museum visit by watching the film in the Dale Syth Theatre, and continue your visit by stopping by the interpretive center and viewing the logging artifacts and memorabilia.
Enjoy exploring the museum's on-site buildings, including the barn, blacksmith shop, cook shanty, bunkhouse, wanigan, foreman's office, and heavy equipment shed. Tour the Big Cut Room to fully understand the impact of logging on southern Wisconsin forests.
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