The Cable Natural History Museum is dedicated to promoting awareness and appreciation of nature; providing opportunities for natural history education and interpretation; and advocates environmental stewardship.
We offer many exciting programs for children, adults and families. Hikes, crafts, games, river and forest explorations, naturalist-guided canoe and kayak trips, bird watching, engaging lectures, and live raptor programs are just a few of the educational experiences we provide to residents, visitors and vacationers in the Cable Area of Northern Wisconsin.
The museum provides programming that combines natural history education with youth development because the museum is a community organization devoted to providing family education. The museum creates life-long learners who will continue to take part in museum activities.
The museum is located on the traditional lands of the Anishinaabe and Sioux People who have stewarded this land for generations.
Conveniently located in downtown Cable next to the Forest Lodge Library 2 Blocks West of Hwy 63 in Cable on Cty M