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Barron County Arts and Culture

Theatres

Barron Area Spotlighters

Barron Area Community Center
800 Memorial Dr
Barron, WI 54812
Phone: (715) 537-9212

Enjoy performances in the new Barron Area Community Center. Community Theatre at its best with plenty of room, 500 seating capacity.

Czeska Opera House
320 W. 3rd St
Haugen, WI 54841
(715) 234-5600

You'll delight in a variety of entertaining shows amid a Czech atmosphere.




Northern Star Theatre Company
104 South Main Street
Rice Lake, WI 54868
Phone: (877) 379-7529

Whether you enjoy musicals, comedies or dramas, they've got it in their line-up!

Red Barn Theatre
2247 22nd St
Rice Lake, WI 54868
Phone: (715) 234-8301

The Red Barn Players present their ever-popular repertoire of stagecraft.


Museums & Historical Sites

Almena Veteran's Memorial
This important tribute was constructed and dedicated by the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Almena Post #8512 in 1991. The memorial gratefully and respectfully salutes those who sacrificed their lives for our freedom. Village Park, Almena

Bayfield Trail
This historical marker overlooks old Indian rice beds of Rice Lake. The area was part of an old Indian trading trail. Lakeshore Drive, Rice Lake


Calhoun Memorial Museum
728 Second Street
Chetek, WI 54728
(715) 255-0482

This museum features a sizable compilation of antiques and historical memorabilia.

Indian Mounds Park
The park protects 12 burial mounds of the Dakota Sioux Tribe. There are 250 burial mounds in Barron County. Lakeshore Drive, Rice Lake




Pioneer Village Museum
866 13 1/2 14th Ave
Cameron, WI 54822
Barron County Historical Society's museum features 28 vintage building in an early pioneer village setting, containing approximately 4000 items of interest. Located 1 1/2 miles west of Cameron on Hwy W, 1870 13 1/2 Avenue, Cameron

Pipestone Quarry
Now privately owned, the quarry contains a wealth of red, soft rock which was used for centuries as a source of "pipestone" carved into pipes by members of the north and western tribes. According to legend this is the place referred to indirectly in Longfellow's "Hiawatha" as the source. Near Rice Lake (Not Accessible By Car). Map of the area.