North Prairie, Wisconsin: Klatt Miniature Village - Tiny Houses

Miniature stone buildings were part of a folk art village created by the late August Klatt in his yard during the 1930s. The tiny structures were moved when the highway was widened and the park was created.

200 W. State Rd., North Prairie, WI
Klatt House Historical Site, Veterans Park, WI Hwy 59, east of Harrison St.
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Klatt miniature house.

Klatt Miniature Village - Tiny Houses

A friend and I stopped because his surname is Klatt. For most others, it's probably not worth venturing off the beaten path, but if you're driving by, do pull in!

[Jen Marceaux, 07/18/2012]

August Klatt's miniature houses.

Klatt Miniature Village - Tiny Houses

Miniature village consisting of numerous tiny houses built of stone. Inside Veteran's Park on Route 59.

[Ron Renken, 04/24/2012]

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