Alexander Noble House Museum
Visit the oldest existing frame home in Fish Creek...
charmingly restored and containing many of the Noble family’s
original furnishings and artifacts.
Built in 1875, the Noble House was home to three generations of the Alexander Noble Family. It is an authentic example of Greek Revival farmhouse architecture. Enjoy a tour of the 10-room home and experience a portrayal of domestic life in Door County at the turn of the century.
On the National Register of Historic Places
Located in the heart of Fish Creek!
4167 Main Street Fish Creek, WI 54212
June to mid-October
Closed for the Season
Max Group Size: 25-30 people
Motor Coach Drop-Off: Yes
Ghost Trolley Tours
Experience interesting stories of spirits from the past around
the peninsula with a stop at Historic Noble House and perhaps
have an encounter of your own.
2019 Tour Dates
Saturday, May 27 & Sunday, May 28 (Memorial Day Weekend)
June 6 – October 31 (Nightly)
October – 6:00pm
Duration: 2 hours
Pick Up Location & Reservations:
Door County Trolley Station
8030 Hwy 42 Egg Harbor, WI 54209
Take a Walk Back Through a Bygone Era
From the native logs used to build Asa Thorp’s cabin, to the carefully gathered stones on the walls of the Stenzel gas station, the historic structures of Fish Creek reflect the character and lifestyle of its pioneers. Simple and sturdy, the buildings were erected in the 1860’s through the turn of the century. The center of the village has over 20 of these monuments to a colorful and remarkable heritage. We invite you to stroll along our streets . . . “terry” in yesteryear . . . and discover the tiny lumbering and fishing port that became a popular boom-town resort community.
Guided Historical Walking Tour
Walks will meet and begin at the Old Town Hall near the waterfront & wrap up at the History Center behind Noble House Museum.
June-August with Guide Ron Dammon
Tuesdays & Thursdays at 10 am
Downtown Fish Creek History,
Churches and Resorts
Meet at Alexander Noble House Museum
4167MainStreet, Fish Creek
Closed for the Season
Contact 920.868.2091 for additional information
Stop by the Alexander Noble House Museum or Fish Creek Visitor Center for a copy of the Self Guided Walking Tour which includes a map and history of more than 20 of Fish Creek's historic buildings.
January 1st-December 31st
Take a tour when the moment is right! When you see a blue tile number on a Fish Creek building, simply call 920.365.3711 and then enter the tile number followed by the "#" key.
Call as often as you like.
You can also stop by the Alexander Noble House or Fish Creek Visitor Center for a rack card with the tile numbers, building names & addresses, along with a map of locations of these historic buildings. Or simply print one by clicking here.