Discover Cranberries Museum
Whether this is your first time visiting us or if you’ve been here before, you’ll find all new exhibits in our museum for 2023. Area cranberry growers and local ag-related businesses have graciously loaned us items and volunteers created updated displays.
Among the new exhibits is a 1920s-era Bailey cranberry sorting mill and complete fresh fruit packing line, examples of old-time cranberry hand rakes and one of the first mechanical cranberry raking machines built in the 1940s right here in our building.
We also decided to add a bit of Warrens history to showcase the village’s origins as a logging town and an exhibit on the Warrens Cranberry Festival, which will celebrate its 50th anniversary in September 2023.
The museum is housed in the lower level of our building which was built in 1900 and used for many years as a cranberry warehouse.
This unique Museum takes you back in time through the history of cranberry growing in Wisconsin.
You will discover machinery from the early years, used to grow and harvest the crop, as well as how methods evolved over the decades.
You'll discover much more about the cranberry itself, from how it's grown and harvested and its importance as a valuable food source.
Discover the history of the Warrens, Wisconsin area and how a little Cranberry Festival grew into one of the largest festivals in the country!
SELF-GUIDED TOURS - Leisurely walk through the Museum at your own pace.
LARGE GROUP GUIDED MUSEUM TOURS - Available for groups of 10 or more. Call ahead to schedule a guided tour. Perfect for:
School Field Trips
Groups of 10 or more must call ahead to make a reservation.