Visiting H.H. Bennett Studio & Museum takes you back to a Wisconsin Dells that is very different from the one you see today. Like the photography process perfected by the studio and museum’s namesake, the captivating story develops before your eyes through stunning images and artifacts, engaging exhibits, and hands-on experiences for all ages.
On your walk through the museum, see the stunning landscape photographs that helped attract some of the first tourists to the area. You can recreate “The Leap,” as you attempt to jump the same distance seen in one of Bennett’s most iconic photos. You can even get your portrait “struck” on metal in Bennett’s studio, a timeless treasure to remember your visit. Steer a riverboat down the Wisconsin River and explore Wisconsin Dells history, including the history of the Ho-Chunk Nation, on whose ancestral land the museum stands today.