VISIT US TODAY!

Reed School is open Saturdays and Sundays through October 30. Tickets are not required to visit, and group tours are available. 

VISIT US TODAY!

Reed School is open Saturdays and Sundays through October 30. Tickets are not required to visit, and group tours are available.

Explore the Era of the One-Room Schoolhouse 

You don’t have to walk uphill, both ways, to explore the history of Wisconsin schoolhouses at Reed School. Take a seat at your desk and journey through the era of the one-room schoolhouse, where generations of rural Wisconsin children came of age in the 6,000 one-room schools that once dotted the landscape of the state. 


GROUP TOURS

Details

Book your group tour today! Tours include private guide(s) that can be customized to meet the needs and interests of your group. Free onsite bus parking.

Min: 10 | Max: 40

Please note we do not offer onsite dining. Reservations needed 2 weeks in advance.

Pricing

Free for all guests.

For more information, or to book, contact us at david.rambow@wisconsinhistory.org or call 608-253-3523.

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Enter the era of the one-room schoolhouse, when hard work and country life helped to shape a generation of Wisconsin citizens.

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