Circus World Museum
550 Water Street
Baraboo, Sauk County, Wisconsin, 53913
The Circus World Museum is a large museum complex devoted to circus-related history. The museum features circus artifacts and exhibits and hosts daily live circus performances throughout the summer.
Circus World Museum encompasses several buildings holding numerous exhibits on circus history.
Baraboo was home to the Ringling Brothers, and it was there that the Ringling Brothers Circus began their first tour in 1884.
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Among the buildings that make up the Circus World Museum is The Hippodrome, a permanent big-top which houses the museum's daily circus and magic show performances.
Circus World Museum holds one of the largest collections of circus materials in the world, including circus wagons, posters, photography, and artifacts used by shows from all over the United States.
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