The New Richmond Heritage Center is a local area history museum with 12 historic buildings filled with artifacts depicting the past 150 years of this thriving community. You will also find 11 acres of nature trails and many, free, community events throughout the year.
Don’t miss the “Cyclone Display” depicting the June 12, 1899 tornado that wiped out New Richmond and was the 8th deadliest tornado in our nation’s history, along with artifacts covering the past 150+ years of this Wisconsin community. Don’t miss our Heritage Weekend Festival on Sunday, Sept. 30!
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