Webster House Museum is at 9 E. Rockwell St. Built in 1836 as the local land office during Wisconsin's territorial years, the house was moved from the public square to its present site in 1840. It was the home of parlor music composer Joseph Webster until his death in 1875 and contains some of his memorabilia. Visitors can also see Native American, Civil War and Victorian items along with a carriage display and a 400-piece mounted bird collection. Costumed interpreters depict the Civil War era. Heritage Hall, across the street, houses military artifacts, uniforms and memorabilia from the Spanish American War to the present.