Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum

Seasonal Hours

  • May 1 through October 31, 2024 – 7 days a week, including all summer holidays, 10 am to 5 pm

  • November 1, 2024 through April 30, 2025, we are closed for the season. We will open again on May 1, 2025.


The Little House Wayside Cabin

​Located seven miles northwest of the village of Pepin, Wisconsin on Pepin County Road CC is the “Little House Wayside” that includes a re-creation of Laura’s 1867 birthplace.

The log cabin is a likeness of the now-famous “Little House in the Big Woods.”  It paints a charming  picture of the place where Laura was born.

​The wayside is maintained during the warm months. There are picnic tables and limited restroom facilities onsite. No running water or electricity.  Due to a threshold at the entrance to the cabin, it is not accessible for wheelchairs at this time.