Old World Wisconsin
Old World Wisconsin – A Wisconsin Historic Site!
Journey back to the past at Old World Wisconsin — a vivid re-creation of the working farmsteads and settlements established by European immigrants in America’s heartland. Discover teams of oxen and horses working in the fields, the farm folk preparing hearty meals over wood-burning stoves, and the heirloom plants in well-tended gardens. Stroll through the 1880s Village and chat with the town blacksmith or the keeper of the general store. Discover the true spirit of early Wisconsin.
Old World Wisconsin
W372 S9727 Hwy 67
PO Box 69
Eagle, WI 53119
- (262) 594-6301
Potawatomi Hotel & Casino
Potawatomi Hotel & Casino, located in the heart of downtown Milwaukee, serves as Wisconsin’s most popular entertainment destination with more than 6 million visits annually. It’s also one of the country’s largest tribally owned and operated casinos. The property, featuring more than 1.1 million square feet of space, is home to the finest in casino entertainment, including gaming, dining, live performances and lodging.
1721 West Canal Street
Milwaukee, WI 53233
1-800-PAYSBIG or 1-800-729-7244
Road America is located midway between Milwaukee and Green Bay in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin.
Road America is a 640-acre, world-class motorsports facility featuring a 4.048-mile permanent road course and a 1-mile supermoto/karting track. Since its first official race in September of 1955, it has been a favorite circuit of racers world-wide who relish the challenges of the undulating landscape and the high speed turns and curves. Fans return year after year to enjoy the park-like atmosphere, fantastic food and wheel-to-wheel competition by the world’s fastest riders and drivers.
- (920) 892-4576
- (800) 365-7223
Sunburst – Skiing, Snowboarding, Snowtubing
- (262) 626-8404
- (800) 231-0903
Wade House – A Wisconsin Historic Site!
Return to the time of stagecoach travel where Yankee refines met the wild Wisconsin wilderness. You can almost hear the clip clop of horse hooves on the old plank road that connected our state before the introduction of the railroad. Take an old-fashioned horse-drawn wagon and tour the 27-room stagecoach inn, explore a vast collection of carriages in the impressive Wesley W. Jung Carriage Museum, experience one of the nation’s only up-and-down water-powered sawmills, and visit the blacksmith’s. Get a new perspective of horsepower at Wade House.
PO Box 34
W7965 State Highway 23
Greenbush, WI 53026
- (920) 526-3271