Lars and GretheAnderson Log House
Probably built in 1866, the Lars and Grethe Anderson House may be the oldest remaining example of a house built using kamnov (or Scandinavian notch) corner joints in North America.View Exhibit
A Multi-Century StorySchlegelmilch House
The historic Schlegelmilch House, located at 517 Farwell Street in downtown Eau Claire, is a popular site for private events and an important part of CVM collections.View Exhibit
One Room School HouseSunnyview School
This one room schoolhouse provided education to children in 1st - 8th grades from 1882-1961 in the Town of Washington.View Exhibit
Historic Buildings in Eau Claire, WI
The City of Eau Claire has many historical buildings. Explore featured historical buildings by the Chippewa Valley Museum.