Whither you are out for a daily stroll, walking the dog or enjoying a walk with your family, the Historical Society invites you to have fun with an architectural treasure hunt. How many of these buildings on Hudson’s historic Third Street can you find? View a pdf of the Third
A steeply pitched roof, arched windows, and decorated bargeboards mark the telltale signs of Gothic Revival architecture. This unique form of architecture was never as popular as the Italianate or Greek Revival styles in St. Croix County, but we do hold some of the most beautiful examples. Gothic architecture is most
In the late 1800s and early 1900s a now illegal practice was once quite common – requiring capable institutionalized patients to work on asylum grounds. St. Croix County was not foreign to this idea; the St. Croix County Asylum operated a 667 acre farm that was run by its patients.