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Bast Bell Museum & Fire Hall - 262-628-3170

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SILA LYDIA BAST BELL MUSEUM & FIRE HALL 1880/1910

You will marvel at the 5000+ bell collection from Sila Lydia Bast who was born and raised in Germantown, WI 1900-1992. Bells collected from all over the world are displayed in a restored barn that dates back to 1870. View a vintage Seagrave in our Fire Hall 1880/1910. The museum is nestled in the heart of 9 acre Dheinsville Historic Park, where you can see the 1,063 pound bell atop of the original silo-made-bell-tower. Keep strolling through Dheinsville to experience a unique ethnic history & its exhibits.

OPEN June 1 to November 1st
Friday, Saturday, Sunday 1:00 - 4:00 pm
Open year round for groups of 10 or more with reservation & reduced rates.

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Call 262-628-3170 to make your reservations for group tours.

Wheelchair accessible • Gift Shop

Admission –  
Adult Bell Museum  $6
Seniors  $5
Complete Settlement Tour  $8
Children 5-12 years  $2

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N128 W18780 Holy Hill Road, P.O. Box 31, Germantown, WI 53022 - 262-628-3170
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