Laura Ingalls Wilder Days is a family-oriented event featuring arts & educational entertainment based on the early American pioneer experience of storybook author Laura Ingalls Wilder.
Help us keep the Little House in the Big Woods legacy alive.
Laura Days is an all-volunteer event. We host thousands of visitors from all over Wisconsin, Minnesota and the world. Yes, we receive information requests from Europe and Japan!
Laura Days depends on the generosity of local merchants and civic organizations but you can help too! You can now donate securely online using most major credit cards. You'll get a receipt by return eMail and have the satisfaction of knowing you are supporting a family event honoring this beloved childrens author.
Just click HERE or on the credit card logo to select your desired donation amount and preferred card.
A Little House History
Author Laura Ingalls Wilder was born in 1867 in the wooded bluffs above Pepin, Wisconsin. The humble log cabin was the setting for Little House in the Big Woods, the first in her series of beloved stories featuring the adventures of Laura & her family as they traveled the west when she & America were young together. These classic works of children's literature have been translated into more than forty languages worldwide. Readers of all ages still enjoy Laura’s tales of a family’s simple joy & elemental struggle as they work together to build a life on the frontier.
A reconstruction of the Little House in the Big Woods, built on land owned by Charles & Caroline Ingalls (Pa & Ma) is located seven miles north of Pepin on County Road CC.
The Village of Pepin is home to a historical museum (open May through October) which features artifacts from Laura’s time. Pepin, Wisconsin also marks the starting point of the Laura Ingalls Wilder Historic Highway, which links Laura sites across the Midwestern US.
Thank you so much for your support of Laura Days in Pepin, Wisconsin.