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Pepin

Laura Ingalls Wilder Birthplace

Nestled in the hills along the Chippewa and Mississippi Rivers, Pepin features fabulous scenery and a wide variety of year ’round recreational and leisure time activities. The steep hills and deep valleys have a quiet, wild beauty that has inspired artists and writers for more than a century, including Mark Twain and William Cullen Bryant, a late 19th century visitor, who wrote, Lake Pepin … “ought to be visited in the summer by every poet and painter in the land.”

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Lake Pepin Art & Design Center

408 2nd St Pepin, WI 54759

Laura Ingalls Wilder Historical Museum

306 3rd St Pepin, WI 54759

Pepin Depot Museum

806 3rd St Pepin, WI 54759
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