AGRICULTURE / FARMS
|Alp & Dell Cheese Store |
Alp & Dell Cheese
Contact: Tony Zgraggen
Located in the Roth Kase Creamery, home of the world champion cheese SURCHOIOX. A leader in quality, selection and price. Come watch cheese being made and enjoy free samples.
657 2nd Street, Monroe, WI, United States
|Apple Holler |
Contact: Sheri Gavin
Pick your own memories at family farm & restaurant where groups can enjoy farm - to-table goodness with delicious down home cookin' & farm fun. Experience Apple Holler's 78 acres of farm, orchard, market and Red Barn Restaurant touched by the magic of apples. Call for your own customized farm tour.
5006 S Sylvania Ave, Sturtevant, WI, United States
|Country Ovens |
Contact: Jennifer Laughlin
Country Ovens, LTD is the producer of "The Original Door County Dried Cherry." Grown and produced in Door Country, these delicious Cherry De-Lite Dried Cherries are sure to please. Since 1987 we have made it our mission to provide quality products that we are proud to offer to our customers.
229 E Main Street, Forestville, WI
|Door Peninsula Winery |
Contact: Rob Peterson
Door County's oldest and Wisconsin's largest winery. Over 45 wines, tours, homemade fudge, oils &vinegar and distillery on site. Open daily year round.
5806 Hwy 42, Egg Harbor, WI, United States
|Henning's Wisconsin Cheese |
Contact: Mindy Ausloos
Take a ride through the Wisconsin rural countryside and experience Henning's Wisconsin Cheese for yourself. You can watch cheese being made and try fresh cheese curds every morning Mon-Fri.
20201 Point Creek Road, Kiel, WI
|Lakefront Brewery |
Contact: Chris Ranson
Voted Milwaukee's best brewery tour. Entertaining guides show you the ins and outs of brewing, tell you a little about ourselves and serve you some cold ones along the way. Top that with amazing cheese curds or other WI favorites in the restaurant. All that plus unique Milwaukee memorabilia.
1872 North Commerce Street, Milwaukee, WI, United States
|Old World Wisconsin |
Contact: Carol Wilder
TIME TRAVELERS WANTED! Travel back in time and experience rural Wisconsin a century ago and more, when waves of immigrants flocked to America's heartland. Explore eight ethnic farms and 1880s village filled with fun hands-on activities for all ages.
W372 S9727 Wisconsin 67, Eagle, WI
|Wisconsin Cranberry Discovery Center |
Contact: Kelly Murray
Catch the aroma of cranberries...as you see, touch and taste Wisconsin's #1 fruit crop. The Discovery Center's 4,800 square foot exhibit hall details the history of the state's cranberry industry from the days when Native Americans gathered fruit in the wild to today's unique growing and harvesting methods.
204 Main Street, Warrens, WI