Elroy Historical Society Museum



The Elroy Historical Society Museum
259 Main Street  PO Box 35
Hours: 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.  Saturdays and Sundays 
Open Memorial Day through Labor Day. (or by appointment)

Come step into Elroy's past, when it was a bustling railroad town. There are many photographs of the era which just ended in the early 60's. Elroy was once home to a turnstile and roundhouse, located where the commons is today. There's even a working model railroad, fun for the young at heart.


Elroy Area Historical Society Membership: Adult - $5 Student - $3 Life - $100




  • There are over 400 exhibits relating to farming, biking, family life and railroading.


  • Miniature reproduction of Elroy when it was a major railroad center in the early 20th century by well known miniaturist  Dwight W. "Bud" Maher.


  • Early home life, school, churches and professional displays


  • Streets of yesterday


  • Farm exhibit honoring our veterans


  • Military exhibit


  • Wall of Fame featuring former Governor Tommy  Thompson