WISCONSIN HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Guests test some museum collections

Plan Your Visit


Plan Your Visit

Begin your journey into the story of H.H. Bennett, the Civil War solider turned photographer who made the Dells famous. Step back in time in Bennett’s historic photography studio and sit where families had their portraits stuck in the 1800s. See the famous photographer’s dark room and visit his original store. Learn about the history of the Dells in the museum and shop at our beautifully renovated museum store.

TICKETS & HOURS

TICKETS

General Admission: $10
Senior (65+): $8
Child (5 – 12): $5
Child (4 & under): Free

Wisconsin Historical Society Members: Free

CURRENT HOURS

Open May 11 – October 27, 2019

  • Spring

    May 11 – May 24

    Open daily 10am – 4pm

  • Summer

    May 25 – September 2

    Open daily 10am – 5pm

  • Fall

    September 3 – October 27

    Open daily 10am – 4pm

  • Winter

    We are closed to the public from October 28, 2019 until Spring 2020. We are available for pre-booked groups and by appointment visits during these months.

PARKING & DIRECTIONS

PARKING

The H.H. Bennett Studio is located in the middle of downtown Wisconsin Dells and one block from the Wisconsin River, the Dells RiverWalk and Upper Dells Boat Tours.

PARKING & DIRECTIONS

Museum Store

The H.H. Bennett Studio Museum Store features original handmade Bennett prints, unique photography items, books, souvenirs, and more!

Attractions

For a complete listing of restaurants and accommodations within an easy walk of H.H. Bennett Studio, contact the Wisconsin Dells Visitor and Convention Bureau.

Street Art sign for the HH Bennett Studio

ACCESSIBILITY & SAFETY

The H.H. Bennett Studio is fully accessible to visitors requiring a wheelchair. Visitors with limited mobility may be dropped off and picked up directly in front of the H.H. Bennett Studio on Broadway.

No pets are allowed in the H.H. Bennett Studio. Service animals are permitted for persons with disabilities in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

No guns, knives, or weapons allowed on the premises.