So let’s say it’s snowing or raining to beat the band and you want to take the youngin’s to see something fun (and educational). Well, this cosy little cordwood cabin doesn’t have to worry about rain, wind or snow. It doesn’t need a roof or large overhangs because it was built inside the Madison (Wisconsin) Children’s Museum.
Weddings, celebrations, parties all take place near this tiny cabin which is used to help “stage” the events.
There are rocking chairs to sit and talk about all the wonderful displays.
They have a horizontal log cabin outside and a pretty awesome garden.
Some folks get married here, some have retirement parties and birthday celebrations.
To visit, check out the website. https://madisonchildrensmuseum.org/
To learn more about the advantages of building with cordwood and using Best Practices, visit: https://cordwoodconstruction.org/