ATTRACTIONS / MUSEUMS
|Alp & Dell Cheese Store |
Alp & Dell Cheese Store
657 2nd Street, Monroe, WI, United States
|Baker House 1885 Historic Mansion |
Baker House Historic Mansion
327 Wrigley Drive, Lake Geneva, WI, United States
|Black Point Estate and Gardens |
Contact: David Desimone
Tour one of the finest examples of Queen Anne architecture and view one of the most intact collections of Victorian furnishings in the Midwest on the shores of Lake Geneva. When you visit you step up to the original American dream. Tours are available by boat or coach.
W4270 Southland Road, Lake Geneva, WI, United States
|Capt. Frederick Pabst Mansion |
Contact: Gary Strothmann
Phone No.: (414)931-0808 x111
Built in 1892 for famed beer baron, Captain Frederick Pabst, the Pabst Mansion represented new levels of sophistication in design. Today, the Pabst Mansion stands as one of Milwaukee's great architectural landmarks. This award-winning historic museum boasts stunning interiors, elegant original furnishing, elaborate wall coverings, exceptional wood craftsmanship, intricate ironwork, brilliant stained glass and an impressive fine arts collection.
2000 West Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, WI, United States
|Cedarburg History Museum |
Contact: Elizabeth Albers
Phone No: (262)377-9620
Discover Cedarburg's rich history by stopping in the History Museum and Visitor Center located in the heart of downtown. The museum features rotating exhibits and historic photos. Stay up-to-date with local events and grab a sweet treat from the candy shop and ice cream parlor!
N58W6194 Columbia Rd, Cedarbug, WI
|Charles Allis Art Museum |
Contact: Matt Pappas
Phone No: (414) 278-8295
On the National Registry of Historic Places, the lavish 1911 home of Charles and Sarah Allis contains a world-class art collection that spans more than 2,000 years and includes impressive Classic antiquities, Renaissance bronzes, French Barbizon painters, Asian ceramics and stunning decorative arts. Changing exhibitions feature local and regional artists, making the museum a vibrant center for Wisconsin arts not to be missed.
1801 N Prospect Ave, Milwaukee, WI, United States
|China Lights |
Contact: Shirley Dommer Walczak
Phone No: 414-525-5603
The Magic returns! September 22 - October 22, 2017
Brighten up your autumn evenings by visiting China Lights at Boerner Botanical Gardens. The unique celebration brings Chinese artisans and staff from Sichuan Tianyu, located in Zigong, China, creating a magical, vibrant paradise of lantern sculptures. More than 1,000 components make up 45 enchanting displays.
Boerner Botanical Gardens, Hales Corners, WI, USA
|Circus World Museum |
Circus World Museum
550 Water St, Baraboo, WI, United States
|Civil War Museum |
Civil War Museum
5400 1st Avenue, Kenosha, WI, United States
|Dells Boat Tours LLC |
Dells Boat Tours LLC
107 Broadway PO Box 630, Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin, United States
|Door County Maritime Museum & Lighthouse Preservation Society |
Door County Maritime Museum & Lighthouse Preservation Society
Located on Sturgeon Bay's waterfront, our museum showcases the county's rich maritime history, featuring five galleries centering on shipbuilding, lighthouses and maritime innovations. Our restored 149-foot tug John Purves is open seasonally for tours. We offer seasonal tours at our other facilities: Cana Island Lighthouse & Gills Rock Museum.
120 N Madison Ave, Sturgeon Bay, WI, United States
|Ephraim Historical Foundation |
Contact: Emily Irwin
Phone No: (920)854-9688
Tour this historic Door County village on the shores of Green Bay. With five museums sharing the community’s long and rich history, the Ephraim Historical Foundation is the perfect stop between fish boils, cherry orchards, and world class theater. Guided tours available June-October.
3060 Anderson Lane, Ephraim, WI, USA
|Green Bay Botanical Garden |
Contact: Amber Crisp
Phone No.: 920.491.3691 x113
At Green Bay Botanical Garden, escape from your everyday as you venture through lush gardens that capture the beauty of Midwest flora amid stunning architecture. In Summer 2018, encounter 12 larger-than-life nature-inspired sculptures made from half a million LEGO® bricks during the Nature Connects®: Art with LEGO® bricks during the Nature Connects®: Art with LEGO® Bricks exhibit,
2600 Larsen Road Wisconsin, United States of America
|Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field |
Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field
1265 Lombardi Avenue, Green Bay, WI, United States
|Grohmann Museum |
1000 N Broadway, Milwaukee, WI, United States
|Harley Davidson Museum |
History roars to life at the Harley-Davidson Museum. It's the best of American design and culture - seasoned with freedom and rebellion, and showcased in a landmark building on 20 acres in downtown Milwaukee. The museum offers a restaurant, cafe, shop and free parking.
400 W Canal St, Milwaukee, WI, United States
|House on the Rock |
Contact: Group Sales
Alex Jordan's retreat built atop a chimney of rock opened in 1960. Since those early days, it has grown into an attraction with many buildings and exhibits. You will explore some of the world's most unique collections including the world's largest carousel, automated music machines and more.
5754 Highway 23, Spring Green, WI, United States
|Jelly Belly Visitor Center |
Jelly Belly Visitor Center
10100 Jelly Belly Lane, Pleasant Prairie, WI, United States
|Jewish Museum Milwaukee |
Contact: Ellie Gettinger and Cassie Sacotte
Phone No: (414)390-5700
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
On the bluffs overlooking Lake Michigan, in the historic Lower Eastside of Milwaukee Jewish Museum Milwaukee conveys the history of Milwaukee’s Jewish community and explores the themes of immigration, intolerance, diversity, respect and freedom. See a soaring Marc Chagall tapestry, view the permanent exhibit and three special exhibits per year.
1360 N Prospect Ave, Milwaukee, WI, United States
|Lake Geneva Cruise Line |
Lake Geneva Cruise Line
812 Wrigley Drive, Lake Geneva, WI, United States
|Lakefront Brewery |
Contact: Chris RansonPhone No: (414) 292-0803Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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
|Madeline Island Ferry Line |
Madeline Island Ferry Line
Phone No.: 715-747-2051
Welcome Aboard! The Ferry Line voyages on spectacular Lake Superior between Bayfield and Madeline Island. Enjoy striking views and the natural beauty of both the Lake and the Apostle Islands, as well as Madeline itself as your coach tours with a guide. Several tour packages are available. Experience a taste of Island living!
La Pointe, WI, United States
|Mid-Continent Railway Museum |
Mid-Continent Railway Museum
E8948 Diamond Hill Road, North Freedom, WI, United States
|Milwaukee County Zoo |
Milwaukee County Zoo
10001 West Bluemound Road, Milwaukee, WI, United States
|Milwaukee Public Museum |
Milwaukee Public Museum
800 West Wells Street, Milwaukee, WI, United States
|Milwaukee River Cruise Line - Edelweiss |
Contact: Jordan Mendez
Phone No: (414)276-7447 (not a direct extension, please ask to be transferred to Jordan)
The Edelweiss is Milwaukee's premier cruise company able to accommodate groups from 20-145 passengers. We provide narrated sightseeing tours, lunch, brunch, and dinner cruises. View Milwaukee from a unique venue with excellent food & beverages. All cruises travel through downtown via the Milwaukee River and into Lake Michigan.
205 W Highland Ave, Milwaukee, WI, United States
|Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center |
Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center
One John Nolen Drive, Madison, WI, United States
|National Railroad Museum |
Contact: Bob Lettenberger
Phone No: (920)437-7623
Explore America's railroad heritage: Marvel at the Union Pacific Big Boy, one of the world's largest steam locomotives. Over 70 pieces of railroad equipment are on display. Ride a full-size train May - October. Open year-round.
2285 S Broadway, Green Bay, WI, United States
|North Point Lighthouse |
Contact: Sue Grzeca
Phone No: (414) 332-6754
Visit a restored 1888 lighthouse, museum and event destination in historic Lake Park. Climb the 74' tower for spectacular views of Lake Michigan and Milwaukee. Exhibits and artifacts tell stories of the lighthouse, its keepers and Milwaukee's role in Great Lakes maritime history. Open weekends year round. Weekday tour available.
2650 North Wahl Avenue, Milwaukee, WI, United States
|Old World Wisconsin |
Contact: Carol Wilder
W372 S9727 Wisconsin 67, Eagle, WI
|Oneida Nation |
Contact: Crystal MeltzPhone No: (920) 496-5647Email: email@example.com
The Oneida Nation is one of 11 Indian tribes in the state of Wisconsin. Originally from New York, the Oneidas settled in the area in 1823. Rich history and culture is still alive and well today on the reservation. We invite you to explore Oneida and our many visitor-friendly locations.
909 Packerland Drive, Green Bay, WI, United States
|Original Wisconsin Ducks, Inc. |
Original Wisconsin Ducks, Inc.
1890 Wisconsin Dells Parkway, Wisconsin Dells, WI, United States
|Paine Art Center and Gardens |
Contact: Kelli Marsicek
Revered as an “American Castle,” the Paine features an exquisite 1920’s mansion with historic interiors, an exceptional art collection and flourishing gardens. The Paine also presents changing art exhibitions and an extraordinary holiday display. Group rates and guided tours are available upon request.
1410 Algoma Bvld, Oshkosh, WI
|Racine Art Museum |
Contact: Jessica Schafer
Phone No: (262)638-8300
Racine Art Museum (RAM) is home to the largest collection of contemporary crafts in the US, including over 4,500 pieces of art jewelry, ceramics, fibers, glass, metals, polymer, and wood; plus over 4,500 works on paper and sculptures. Each year, RAM organizes 15-20 exhibitions with new art to explore during every visit.
441 Main Street, Racine, WI, United States
|Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe |
Contact: Steven Doll
Nestled into over 100 acres of God’s Country, find breathtaking chapels, scenic walkways, gorgeous statues, fragrant flower gardens, a beautiful gift shop and a delightful café. The Shrine offers daily Mass, guided tours and onsite bus parking. There is never a charge for admission. Group catering packages are available upon request.
5250 Justin Road, La Crosse, WI, United States
|Ten Chimneys |
Ten Chimneys, the estate lovingly created by theater legends Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne, is open to the public as an inspirational house museum and national resource for theater, and the arts. Tours of Ten Chimneys celebrate Broadway’s remarkable couple, and the one-of-a-kind collection they amassed during their lifetimes.
S43 W31575 Depot Road, Genesee Depot, WI, United States
|The Automobile Gallery |
Contact:; Kathryn Gardner
Visit Green Bay's newest attraction where "The Automobile is the Art!". The Automobile Gallery is a contemporary gallery of electric cars where the automobile is the art! View almost 100 years of automobile history - from a 1917 Milburn electric car to a 2015 Cadillac CTS-V and everything in between!
400 S Adams Street, Green Bay, WI
|The National Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help |
Contact: Corrie Campbell
Phone No: 920-866-2571
The National Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help, in Champion, WI is the only church-approved apparition site in the United States of America. Pilgrims of all walks of faith are invited to experience peace and prayer at the same grounds on which the Blessed Virgin Mary appeared.
4047 Chapel Drive Wisconsin, United States of America
|Villa Louis |
Contact: Samantha Matern
Bustles not required!
521 N Villa Louis Rd, Prairie du Chien, WI
|Villa Terrace Art Museum |
Contact: Matt Pappas
Phone No: (414) 271-3656
Overlooking Lake Michigan, this Italian Renaissance-style villa was designed by architect David Adler in 1923. Originally the residence of Lloyd Smith of the A.O. Smith Corporation and his family, the Museum features fine and decorative arts dating from the 15th through the 18th centuries, wrought- iron masterpieces by Cyril Colnik and a formal garden and changing exhibitions by local, regional and international artists.
2220 N Terrace Ave, Milwaukee, WI, United States
|Wade House Historic Site |
Wade House Historic Site
Visit Wade House’s amazing new Visitor Center and Wesley W. Jung Carriage Museum, which features the state’s largest collection of horse-drawn vehicles. Take a horse-drawn ride back in time to learn how your relatives lived before indoor plumbing and electricity. Tour a stagecoach hotel, sawmill, and blacksmith shop.
7965 Hwy 23, Glenbeulah, WI, United States
|Washington Island Ferry Line, Inc. |
Washington Island Ferry Line, Inc.
Detroit Harbor, Washington Island, United States
|Wisconsin Cranberry Discovery Center |
Contact: Kelly Murray
Catch the aroma of cranberries...as you see, touch and taste Wisconsin's No. 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 American gathered fruit in the wild to today's unique growing and harvesting methods.
204 Main Street, Warrens, WI
|Wisconsin Museum of Quilt & Fiber Arts |
Contact: Melissa Wraalstad
Wisconsin Museum of Quilts & Fiber Arts is the only museum devoted to the creation, education, and preservation of fiber arts in Wisconsin. Set on an intact 1850s German farmstead, enjoy rotating exhibitions, a unique Gift Shop featuring hand-crafted items, and free parking. Customizable tours offer lunch and interactive activities.
N50 W5050 Portland Rd, Cedarburg
|Wisconsin Veterans Museum |
Contact: Erin Hoag
For over hundred years, the Wisconsin Veterans Museum has connected the past to the present by sharing the stories of Wisconsin’s military veterans. Located in the heart of Madison, Wisconsin, this award-winning museum and research center chronicles the history-shapin exploits of Wisconsin’s veterans from the Civil War to present day.
30 W Mifflin St, Madison
|Yerkes Observatory |
Contact: Dan Koehler
Phone: 262-245-5555 ext. 825
A must-see attraction for all motor coach excursions to Geneva Lake, Yerkes Observatory houses the "Great Refactor", the world's largest lens-type telescope. Group tours conducted by knowledgeable, entertaining and engaging guides can be arranged weekday mornings or afternoons and combine 19th century history and architecture with modern-day astronomy.
373 West Geneva Street Wisconsin, United States of America