2424 West Washington Street,
Distance from hotel: 1.6 miles
The Museum of Wisconsin Art was founded in 1961 to collect the works of Milwaukee-born artist Carl von Marr (1858-1936). It currently holds the best and most comprehensive collection of his work anywhere. In 1998 after recognizing that no institution was building a comprehensive survey collection of Wisconsin art the Early Wisconsin Art Collection was unveiled on the state’s sesquicentennial.
300 South 6th Avenue
West Bend, Wisconsin
This museum is thought by many to be the best local history museum in the Midwest. The museum houses extensive displays on local business and industry early settlers family and social and cultural life as well as the Norm Colby Interpretive Center an interactive exhibit gallery. The Old Courthouse Museum is open Wednesday-Friday 11am to 5pm Saturday from 9am to 1pm and Sunday from 11am to 5pm. Admission is free. Old Jailhouse Museum was very recently restored to its turn-of-the-century condition and is now open during the same hours as the Old Courthouse Museum
320 South 5th Avenue
Distance from hotel: 2.4 miles
A major shopping center in West Bend Wisconsin…It is currently anchored by Kohl's Department Store and ShopKo with a long strip of nearly 25 shops.
1530 S Main Street
Distance from hotel: 2.5 miles
Enjoy the magic of movies with Paradise Theaters
2014 Parkway Drive
Distance from hotel: 3.4 miles
An indoor go cart track with an arcade and concessions
6389 Stockhausen Lane
Distance from hotel: 6.7 miles
Dating back to the opening of the track in 1948 the speedway has been a breeding ground for racings rising stars. Slinger Super Speedway's feature winners and division champions such as Dale Earnhardt Mark Martin Matt Kenseth Rich Bickle Ken Schrader Rusty Wallace and the late Alan Kulwicki have gone on to find success in the elite NASCAR Winston Cup Series.
280 Cedar Creek
Distance from hotel: 8.2 miles
An eighteen hole miniature golf course.
601 Paradise Drive
Distance from hotel: 10.2 miles
Cabelas is a specialty retailer of hunting, fishing, camping and related outdoor recreation merchandise. The store features wildlife displays of fish, fowl and animals from around the world mounted in backgrounds resembling their natural habitats.
One Cabela Way
Distance from hotel: 11.3 miles
Theater Developing and Supporting the Arts
147 North Rural Street
The Wisconsin Automotive Museum is Wisconsin's largest auto museum featuring an ever-growing display of 105 classic vintage autos and automotive artifacts.
Distance from hotel: 12.2 miles
Grab a bag of fresh popcorn and see the latest films in this local movie theatre.
2941 Hwy 83
Distance from hotel: 1.4 miles
One of the newest and most interesting additions to Regner Community Park is the Labyrinth Garden Earth Sculpture. The labyrinth is 90 feet in diameter and consists of a carefully planted selection of bulbs perennials herbs and annuals. Follow the winding path of the labyrinth will take you to the center of the circle and eventually back out again. It is a beautiful work of art that can be actively enjoyed.
800 N Main St
This park embodies the community spirit of West Bend. The natural landscape is interwoven with activity - playgrounds nature trails large play areas tennis courts soccer fields and baseball diamonds. But most unique about the park is the swimming pond. Standing on the sandy beach beside the bathhouse one cannot help but feel like they’ve taken a step back in time. During the winter the pond becomes a place for ice-skaters and hockey players. It’s truly a storybook setting.
Home to over 25 outdoor exhibits of modern sculpture placed along the Riverwalk. There are pieces of sculpture created by local artists and artists from throughout the country. Set against picturesque views of the river the sculptures have a wonderful way of forcing the viewer to see the landscape in a different way. About halfway into our walk we’ll arrive at our first stop of the day—historic Downtown West Bend
300 South Sixth Avenue
Distance from hotel: 1.7 miles
West Bend’s Riverwalk runs 3 miles along the bend in the Milwaukee River for which the city was named. A number of works of public art along the route as well as excellent views of the river.
Distance from hotel: 2.2 miles
The 136-acre Lac Lawrann Conservancy contains wetlands a native hardwood forest a red pine plantation tall grass prairie and glacial landscapes. The Conservancy serves as refuge to over 300 species of plants over 200 species of birds and a wide variety of mammals as well as reptiles and amphibians. The 4 miles of hiking trails are open daily dawn to dusk and about 3 miles are groomed for cross-country skiing when snow conditions permit.
300 Schmidt Road
Distance from hotel: 4.6 miles
Take advantage of winter sports at the Sunburst Ski Area. Twelve snow-packed runs offer skiing snowboarding and tubing for all ages.
8355 Prospect Drive
Distance from hotel: 5.8 miles
At West Bend Lakes we offer challenging golf at reasonable rates on 18 scenic holes. Naturally set into the rolling hills valleys and wooded acreage that the area has to offer West Bend Lakes has everything needed to give you the best in golf experiences.
1241 Highway 33 E
Distance from hotel: 9.2 miles
Our beautiful golf course 13000 sq. ft. clubhouse complete with full service restaurant shower/locker facilities and numerous lounges - makes Scenic View perfect for any social day of golf food drink and fun.
4415 Club Drive
Distance from hotel: 9.4 miles
Washington County Golf Course in Hartford Wisconsin is ranked second among the country's municipal golf courses by Golf Digest rated four and a half stars.
6439 Clover Road
Distance from hotel: 1.5 miles
The West Bend Art Museum houses the largest permanent collection of the works of 19th Century artist Carl Von Marr, whose descendants settled in the West Bend area. The Art Museum also hosts traveling shows of artwork of all description throughout each year.
Distance from hotel: 6.5 miles
Kewaskum is easily accessible, located at the intersection of USH 45 and STH 28. The Village of Kewaskum is known as the Gateway to the Kettle Moraine State Forest located along the banks of the Milwaukee River. The Village was founded in 1852. It was named for Chief Kewaskum, of the Potawatomi tribe. The Village of Kewaskum offers an active main street, safe neighborhoods, friendly people and exceptional public and private schools.
Distance from hotel: 7.4 miles
A small community that is home of the scenic Kettle Moraine Drive, Slinger Speedway, several great restaurants and more.
Distance from hotel: 7.5 miles
The Village of Jackson invites you to join in on the fun….Little League Games, Movie Nights In The Park, and Music In The Park, Village Wide Rummage Sale, Action in Jackson Parade and fair, and so much more. The Village holds the character of a small town with the beauty of rural Wisconsin.
Distance from hotel: 11.2 miles
Auto enthusiasts can visit the Hartford Heritage Auto Museum and its collection of Kissel cars in Hartford, just northwest of Germantown. The Kissel family manufactured automobiles in Hartford through 1929 and Black Tuesdays crash of the stock market. Kissel's were luxury automobiles purchased by the wealthy from coast to coast, including the Hollywood movie stars of the 1920s.
Distance from hotel: 11.9 miles
The Village of Richfield is located in the heart of the Kettle Moraine area of Wisconsin. The community is nestled in the woods and hills but is only minutes away from Downtown Milwaukee. There is much to see and do in the area. Richfield is a golfer's paradise. The community has two golf courses and many excellent restaurants.
Distance from hotel: 13.2 miles
The Holy Hill pilgrimage church sits atop the highest hill in a multi county area, five miles west of Germantown. The view approaching the shrine from all directions is spectacular in every season of the year, but especially in autumn. The peak of Holy Hill is 1,335 feet above sea level, ranking the 30th highest point in the state, and the highest peak for a radius of 50 miles. Tours are available. A half mile outdoor Way of the Cross, an 178 stair church tower lookout, the Lourdes Grotto and a gift shop on the grounds are other attractions for visitors
Distance from hotel: 14.5 miles
Cedarburg's main street has remained virtually unchanged since the turn of the 19th century. Cedarburg's beautiful setting on the banks of Cedar Creek, its unique collection of 19th century stone buildings, and its enticing array of specialty shops and restaurants make it easy to see why this southeastern Wisconsin Community is so often included on lists of must-see Midwestern towns.
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