- 1993: Neenah Historical Society buys the Octagon House and turns the house into its headquarters.
- 1994: Renovations to restore the Octagon House begin.
- 1995: Octagon House applies to be on the register for the Wisconsin Register of Historic Places.
- 1995-1996: House added to the National Register of Historic Places.
- 1997: Octagon House opened to public as the museum. Overpass battle began.
- 1997: Octagon House made wheelchair accessible.
- 1998: House awarded the Museum Assessment Program grant.
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*Pictures were taken by Olivia Will, courtesy of Ms. Jane Lang and the Neenah Historical Society.