HH Bennett

H.H. Bennett Studio

Wisconsin Dells

H.H. Bennett Studio – A Wisconsin Historic Site!

Wisconsin Dells

In 1865, H.H. Bennett undertook a career as a photographer – and Wisconsin Dells would never be the same. By combining his entrepreneurial drive, inventive mind, and his love of nature, Bennett produced technically amazing and visually mesmerizing photographs. His images were so compelling that they sparked the interest of people from around the country and helped foster the growth of one of Wisconsin’s most beloved tourism destinations. Visit H.H. Bennett Studio and see his original studio, shop, photographs, equipment, and more while capturing a clear picture of the natural beauty of the Dells that enticed the city’s first tourists.

(608) 253-3523

www.hhbennettstudio.org

H.H. Bennett Studio
PO Box 147
215 Broadway
Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965

 

  • (608) 253-3523
www.hhbennettstudio.org
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Ho-Chunk Gaming Tomah

Tomah

Offering nearly 100 of your favorite slot machines, Ho-Chunk Nation’s Tomah Casino is conveniently located just three miles east of Tomah on Hwy 21. Visit all six Ho-Chunk Gaming facilities with locators also in Black River Falls, Madison, Nekoosa, Wisconsin Dells and Wittenberg.
  • (866) 880-9822
www.ho-chunkgaming.com
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Ho-Chunk Gaming Wisconsin Dells

Baraboo

Ho-Chunk Gaming Wisconsin Dells – 24 hour gaming, 7 days a week! Enjoy slots, blackjack, craps, roulette, video & table poker, off-track betting and bingo, as well as exciting promotions for cash, vehicles and trips. Five exciting restaurants. Plus, stay in our award winning 302 room premier hotel deluxe and luxury suites. Your ticket to more is at Ho-Chunk Gaming in Wisconsin Dells!

  • (800) 746-2486
www.ho-chunkgaming.com
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House on the Rock Attraction

Spring Green

An attraction with some of the world’s most unique collections including the world’s largest carousel, a 200′ sea creature, a million piece circus, automated music machines and much more.
The House on the Rock began in 1945 when a man named Alex Jordan had a towering goal: to build a retreat as awe-inspiring as the view from the rock upon which the House would eventually be built.  What took shape on and around Deer Shelter Rock is a truly remarkable achievement. The House was only the beginning. In the years that followed, Alex expanded his vision beyond the House and collected and built on a massive scale. In the end he had created the world-renowned attraction known as The House on the Rock.
Since those early days, the world Alex Jordan created has grown far beyond the original house and into an attraction with many buildings, exhibits and collections.The House on the Rock is open year round and offers different experiences depending on the time of year. The days of week, hours of operation and portions of the tour that are open vary depending on the experience.

  • (608) 935-3639
www.thehouseontherock.com
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House on the Rock Golf Resort

Spring Green

House on the Rock Golf Resort is 27 holes of championship golf and rated 4 1/2 stars by Golf Digest Magazine.
The 18 hole Springs Course was designed by renowned golf course architect Robert Trent Jones, Sr. The course winds along the valley floor, has narrow landing areas and water hazards on nearly every hole.

 

Equally challenging and visually breath-taking is the North Nine, designed by Roger Packard and two-time U.S. Open Champion Andy North. The North Nine offers dramatic changes in elevation and subtly sloped greens.

  • (800) 822-7774
www.thehouseontherock.com
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International Crane Foundation

Visit a world-renowned conservation center featuring the 15 majestic crane species in wetland and grassland exhibits, hiking trails, guided tours, gift shop, ADA accessible.

The International Crane Foundation works worldwide to conserve cranes and the ecosystems, watersheds, and flyways on which they depend. We provide knowledge, leadership, and inspiration to engage people in resolving threats to cranes and their diverse landscapes.

The International Crane Foundation is the only place on Earth where you can see all 15 of the world’s crane species!

Located in Baraboo amid the farmlands of southern Wisconsin, the International Crane Foundation’s headquarters are just ten minutes from the Wisconsin Dells and surrounding Baraboo Hills. Visitors to our site can enjoy a guided tour of the world’s cranes, take a hike on our nature trails, and browse nature themed items from around the world in our gift shop.

Open to the public every day between April 15 and October 31 from 9 am to 5 pm between Baraboo and Wis. Dells.

  • (608) 356-9462
www.savingcranes.org