Bayfield Heritage Center
The Bayfield Heritage Association is a nonprofit organization that strives to preserve and share the history and culture of the Bayfield area. At the heart of those efforts is the Bayfield Heritage Center. The building serves as a museum of all things Bayfield with exhibits about the flood of 1942, Sugar Bush (aka maple sugar), commercial fishing, people and businesses that shaped the town and a new model railroad of Bayfield. The building also provides space for educational presentations and lectures.