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Sun Prairie Historical Library and Museum

Sun Prairie Historical Library and Museum

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About Us

Free city museum located in original 1924 public library building. Featuring exhibits on the origin and growth of Sun Prairie and its people as well as other culturally relevant topics. Research nook available for genealogy and local area history researchers seeking use of photographs, maps, manuscripts, journals and city documents dating back over 100 years. Frequent public events, workshops, and walking tours. Unique volunteer opportunities are available, please see our website if interested.


  • Permanent Exhibit on Georgia O'Keeffe, Sun Prairie's Most Famous Resident!
  • Permanent Exhibits on Local Native American History and Foundational Settler History
  • Seasonal Exhibits on Special Topics
  • A Great Space to Host Educational Events for Young and Old Alike!


Sun Prairie Historical Museum
Columbus Street Water Tower
Historical Marker
Gallery Image Rural_Mail_Carriers_and_Postmaster_Howard_Barry_001.jpg
Bird Home donated to City
Prairie Theater circa 1940
Museum Interior
Georgia O'Keeffe Room

Rep/Contact Info

Sunshine Anderson