Maximillian Armor

Castlerock Museum is an arms and armor museum; our exhibits include arms and armor from many points in European history. A visit offers the chance to view and learn about authentic armor spanning many periods; the collection begins with ancient Greece, and concludes in the early modern period. To provide a better sense of the many different cultures our arms and armor originates from, we enrich our displays by using art prints to show the arms and armor in their historical context.

The museum has broken ground on an expansion that will include an elevator for handicap access, additional gift shop, office, and storage space, and a new exhibit gallery that will cover the early American period. If you would like to contribute toward the expansion, make a donation using the support us page and reference the expansion fund.

UPDATE: The governor's recent order restricting capacity to 25% is severely limiting the number of visitors that we can have in the museum at one time. If you would like to see the museum during open hours please consider making a reservation ahead of time. You can do so by contacting the museum at 608-685-4231 or info@castlerockmuseum. Face masks and social distancing are required. We apologize for any inconvenience.



402 South Second Street
Alma, WI 54610
608-685-4231
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