Located in the restored Sumner House, home of the first Roselle stationmaster for the Milwaukee St. Paul & Pacific Railroad, the Roselle Historical Museum is open from 2-4 pm on Sunday, and by appointment. Permanent exhibits include a replica of the Hattendorf General Store, a barber shop corner, a dairy and blacksmith display, military artifacts from all wars fought by Roselle residents, a toy display, and an interactive childrenšs room.
Also visit the Richter House, a fully restored 1920šs working class home. Admission is free.
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