206 E. Wisconsin Avenue
Pewaukee, WI 53072
Phone: (262) 691-0233
The Clark House Museum, located at 206 East Wisconsin Avenue in the Village of Pewaukee, is reminicient of Asa Clark, the first white settler of Pewaukee. Current exhibits include Walk Along the Lake and Pewaukee Rural Life. Pictures and artifacts portray a way of life from the early 1900’s in the Village and Town (now the City).
The son of Asa Clark, Pewaukee’s first white settler, built the Clark House. The house remained in the Clark family until the death of Marietta Clark Larson, great granddaughter of Asa, in 1984. In 1992 the Pewaukee Area Historical Society purchased the property.
The Clark House Museum is currently open Sundays from 1:00 to 4:00 PM and Wednesdays from 7:00pm to 9:00pm. There is no admission. Donations are accepted. Located at: 206 East Wisconsin Avenue For more information, call 262-691-0233
Explore early life in Pewaukee in this historic home filled with items from their earliest days.