The Passage Thru Time Museum -Experience the rich heritage of the area, with emphasis on mining, farming, the historic Potosi Brewery and the Mississippi River. Displays of Native American artifacts, World War ll memorabilia, historic business paraphernalia, and Agricultural history may be seen. The museum also houses an extensive collection of photos and historic records, perfect for both the casual history buff and intensive researcher
We are open May 15 thru Sep 15
Tuesday thru Saturday From 12 noon to 4 p.m.
Production Facility, Brewery Tours, National Brewery Museum, Brewpub, Restaurant, Great River Road Interpretive Center, & Gift Shop
Brew Pub Manager: Konrad Arnold
Experience the Heritage of
Southwestern Wisconsin and the Tri-State Area
Tour the 1845 Bevans Lead-Zinc Mine, ride in a 1931 mine train (weather permitting), and discover the local history of the Upper Mississippi Valley Mining District.
In the heart of the historic lead-zinc mining region near the world’s largest “M,” the three-acre campus of The Mining & Rollo Jamison Museums preserves the heritage of southwestern Wisconsin.
Shop for rock and mineral specimens and gifts related to regional history in our museum store. Enjoy the outdoor greenspace, pollinator garden, and picnic grounds. Explore our exhibits on the nature, culture, and history of the region. Take the one-hour guided tour of the underground mine in the back yard, and ride the outdoor mine train.
Place-based exhibits and interpretive programs are located inside the historically significant 1863 Rock School, the 1905 Hanmer Robbins School, the 1845 Bevans Mine, and in beautiful outdoor spaces visitors are encouraged to explore.
View our calendar at https://mining.jamison.museum/calendar/
View our upcoming events at https://mining.jamison.museum/programs/
In Season: May – October | Open Daily | 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Off Season: November – April | Closed Except for Seasonal Programs