Laura Days – Pepin
Here’s a great family event coming up. I have heard from families who have made the trip several times to attend the “Laura Festival” that it is always well worth the trip.
“Lots of free activities, demonstrations, and crafts for kids to make.”
“The apple catapult is a hit with kids.”
“Some kids get dressed up in the prairie dresses and suspenders.”
“The fiddle contest is fun to watch. My kids love the Trick and Fancy division.”
Follow the Great River Road, which runs along both sides of the Mississippi for a great day trip that is inexpensive, educational, and fun!
Laura Ingalls Wilder Park & the Pepin Historical Museum are located on State Highway 35.
Laura Ingalls Wilder Days is held every year during the second full weekend in September in the village and surrounding areas of her birthplace, Pepin, Wisconsin.
celebrates its distinction as the birthplace of pioneer author Laura Ingalls Wilder and the setting for Little House in the Big Woods
every September during Laura Ingalls Wilder Days
! A festival of traditional music and crafts, sunbonnets, quilts, pioneer games, the Pepin Laura Contest, and an old-fashioned small town parade, Laura Ingalls Wilder Days is a destination for family-friendly fun on the banks of the Mississippi River in Pepin, Wisconsin.
See the Events page for more information.
Download and print the schedule by clicking here.