National Historic Cheesemaking Center

2108 6th Ave.
Monroe, WI 53566- Map It
(608) 325-4636

AAA Editor Notes

National Historic Cheesemaking Center is at 2108 6th Ave. Located in a restored railroad depot, the museum explores the history of cheesemaking in Wisconsin. See a replica of a late 1900's cheese factory and cheesemaking equipment, including huge copper kettles used in the process, as well as a restored caboose and a cow named Honey Belle. Exhibits provide information about dairy farming, local history and the railroad. The restored early 20th-century Imobersteg Farmstead Cheese Factory and its original contents is now part of the center's campus. Picnicking is permitted.
$5; free (ages 0-16).
Hours: Tues.-Sat. 9-4, Sun. 11-4, May-Oct.