The Ashland Historical Society, a non-profit volunteer organization promotes the appreciation of local history and pride
of community through a visual connection to the past by collecting and preserving memorabilia and artifacts,
stories and traditions and by functioning as an educational resource.
The Ashland Historical Museum collects and preserves items directly connected with the History of Ashland, WI. We have two part-time employees who work with many volunteers. Our volunteers do many different jobs around the museum, from greeting guests to collection cataloging to data entry. We can always use new volunteers to fill an empty space when it occurs or to work on our data entry projects. Some of the projects need to be done here in the museum, but others can be done at home.
If you are interested in volunteering feel free to contact us at 715-682-4911.
Ashland Historical Society
The Ashland Historical Museum does not allow users to log in and/or start an account through the log in section at the top of this screen.
We apologize for this confusion. The log in feature is only for the museum's use. Thank you.
The Ashland Historical Museum's gift shop has serveral other items on sale that are not currently on this website.
NEW ITEMS: We have added a new gift shop item, re-bar from the oredock. Please stop in at the museum to view
or call 715-682-4911 for more information
Ashland Lighthhouse and Northern Lights Puzzles and Ashland Street Railway Token Earrings.
Please contact or visit the museum today to learn more about our other gift sale items for purchase.
Ed Monroes' DVD is now on sale at the museum for $15.00 plus shipping.
The oredock demolition web cam