HISTORY

Our Red Brick Museum in the heart of downtown preserves artifacts and the story of our past.

The Winnebago tribe inhabited Waukesha County prior to the Potawatomi tribe arriving in the early 1700s to establish the Potawatomi Indian Village along the Fox River, where the Village of Mukwonago is now located.

In 1832 the Potawatomi ceded their lands, predisposing an influx of white settlers. In the spring of 1836, Sewall Andrews and Henry Camp attempted to erect a house at that site. The remaining Native Americans objected, so Andrews and Camp built the house about 1 ½ miles northwest of the Indian Village, near the Andrew’s house, now the Mukwonago Red Brick Museum.

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Village Hall
Hours of Operation
Monday - Thursday
8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Friday
8:00am - Noon

Address
440 River Crest Court
Mukwonago, WI 53149

(262) 363-6420
(262) 363-6425 Fax

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