Exhibits depicting area industries, from supercomputers to fire engines, and their groundbreaking innovations.
Organized in 1857, the sawmill grew by 1869 to be the biggest sawmill in the world under one roof.
Distillery and brewery with cocktail/tasting room.
Pure spring water was discovered here in 1700. It was protected by a Spring House in 1893, complete with a glass floor.
This is the site of a huge six-story sugar beet factory constructed in 1904.
The 1897 line operated for 28 years, running from downtown Eau Claire to Chippewa Falls. The waiting shelter is in the park.
Programs and classes for all ages.
The historical home of lumber baron Edward Rutledge was built in 1874. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Self-guided tour of historic downtown Chippewa Falls
5-mile paved trail/shared road through Chippewa Falls.
Built in 1917 in memory of Edward Rutledge to help people in need and to assist charitable organizations.
Bowling alley in Chippewa Falls
By the year 1855, mail arrived by "pony express," and two years later a bi-weekly stage line was established.
In 1847, George Myers, who came from Germany, started this 80 acre farm.