Public Archaeology: Unearthing Wisconsin's First Town in Trempealeau, WI/ The Trempealeau Interpretive Path (TRIP)
The Trempealeau Interpretive Path (TRIP) is a series of three inter-connected exhibit venues that explores the unique archaeology of the Trempealeau region. Designed to compliment one another, the displays bring life to a story that begins when people first inhabited the area more than 12,000 years ago. It highlights the one‐of‐a-kind colony of Mississippian people who arrived in Trempealeau 1,000 years ago to set up a temple mound complex atop Little Bluff. To find out more, Take The TRIP! Check out the project website at tremptrip.com to receive project updates, including when each exhibit venue will be completed.