ATTRACTIONS

Boscobel Chamber of Commerce
800 Wisconsin Ave
Boscobel, WI  53805 Phone: 608.375.2672
bchamber@centurytel.net

The birthplace of the Gideon Bible, on the lower Wisconsin River is your gateway to the unglaciated “Driftless Area” of Wisconsin. Truly one of the state’s most beautiful regions. A Great Place to Visit!

Carroll County Motel Hotel 
Mt. Carroll, IL  61053 Phone: 1-866-333-1333
SVidinich@aol.com

Carroll County borders the Misssissippi River in NW Illinois. Enjoy rolling hillsides, fishing, biking, boating, hiking, hunting, birding, historic sites, festivals, antiquing, golf, dining and speciality shops. Many lodging choices: Bed & Breakfasts, Cabins, Hotels.

Chestnut Mountain Resort
8700 West Chestnut Road
Galena, IL  61036 Phone: 815.777.1320
info@chestnutmtn.com

Chestnut Mountain is one of the Midwest’s premier resorts, located just outside of Galena on a wooded palisade overlooking the Mississippi River. 120 rooms, indoor pool, whirlpool, miniature golf, alpine slide, downhill skiing, snowboard park, restaurants and lounge.

Diamond Jo Casino
301 Bell St.
Dubuque, IA  52001 Phone: 563.690.4854
lori.bahl@diamondjo.com

Over 900 slot machines, 17 table games and a line poker room. Live entertainment in Mississippi Moon Bar, Bowling Center, four dining options.

Dubuque River Rides
3rd St. Ice Harbor – Port of Dubuque
Dubuque, IA  52001 Phone: 563.583.8093
boats@dubuqueriverrides.com

Dubuque River Rides welcomes you aboard Iowa’s only authentic and nostalgic paddlewheeler, the Spirit of Dubuque and the sleek and sophisticated Miss Dubuque yacht. Cruising daily May-October. Dinner, Lunch, Eco and Historic Sightseeing, Murder Mystery, Fall color cruises.

Fenelon Place Elevator Co.
512 Fenelon Place
Dubuque, IA  52001 Phone: 563.582.6496
fenelonplaceelev@qwestoffice.net

Cable Car elevating passengers from 4th Street to Fenelon Place. Magnificent view of the Mississippi River and 3 states. Open daily 8am-10pm April 1 to November 30.

Fennimore Doll & Toy Museum
1135 6th Street PO Box 53
Fennimore, WI  53809 Phone: 888.867.7935 608.822.4100
dolltoy@fennimore.com

Come see what “Every Toy Has a Story to Tell” is all about. A wonderland of dolls and toys from all eras, the museum provides enjoyment, enrichment, and education for all ages. Season: May-October

Grand Harbor Resort & Waterpark
350 Bell Street
Dubuque, IA  52001 Phone: 563.690.4000
hotel@grandharborresort.com

193 Guest Rooms overlooking the Mississippi River or the City of Dubuque plus enjoy our 25,000 square foot indoor waterpark! Wireless connection throughout hotel. 2500 sq. ft. of meeting space.

Mystique Casino
1855 Greyhound Park Road
Dubuque, IA  52001 Phone: 800.373.3647
Customers@mystiquedbq.com

Unlimited Casino action! The action of nearly 1,000 slot machines. The challenge of 19 table games and the thrill of live racing. Please come join us at Champagne or Bon Appetit for a delicious bite to eat. We have it all.

National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium
350 E. 3rd Street, Port of Dubuque
Dubuque, IA  52001 Phone: 800.226.3369
info@rivermuseum.com

An affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution. Enjoy dynamic aquariums, historical exhibits & stroll through the wetland and boatyard. Tour the William M.Black dredgeboat and visit the other steamboat artifacts. Open Daily.

Prairie du Chien Chamber/Tourism Council
211 South Main
Prairie du Chien, WI  53821 Phone: 800-732-1673
info@prairieduchien.org

Oldest Community on the Upper Mississippi River. Rich in History and scenic beauty. Area includes 2 State Parks, Historic Sites, River Cruises, Casino, Unique Shopping, Variety of Dining, and 40+ Lodging properties.

Silos & Smokestacks National Heritage Area
PO Box 2845
Waterloo , IA   50704-2845 Phone: 319.234.4567
info@silosandsmokestacks.org

The story of American agriculture is brought to life at more than 100 sites and attractions in this 37-county region in Northeast Iowa. An Affiliated Area of the National Park Service.

The Bellevue House and Mooney Hollow Barn
500 North Riverview
Bellevue, IA  52031 Phone: 563-580-9494
peteschkr@aol.com

The Bellevue House Bed & Breakfast was built in 1898 by German Immigrants. This Greek Revival Mansion is located right on the Mississippi River with Spectacular Views from many rooms and the large wrap around enclosed Porch. Single Rooms are available nightly and great for large family gatherings anytime of the year. Please call (563) 580-9494 for more information or email us at peteschkr@aol.com. Mooney Hollow Barn (Reception Hall & Saloon) is located 10 miles South of Bellevue on Highway 52 where barn dances are held almost every Saturday night and the Saloon is open 7 days a week. The late Grand Ole Opry Legend, Roy Acuff performed at the barn on Nov 14, 1981. Additional Nashville Stars of Ernst Tubb, Faron Young, Porter Wagner, wife of Jim Reeves, Kitty Wells & Bill Anderson all performed on the Mooney Hollow Opry stage from 1982 to 1983. In 1982, a huge fiddle was painted on the silo that exists next to the barn. This art work master piece has made this legendary barn a landmark for locals and tourists to take pictures of the huge fiddle on the silo and has put this barn on the map. For more information please call (563) 580-9497 or visit our website at http://www.mooneyhollowbarn.com.

The House on the Rock
5754 State Road 23
Spring Green, WI   53588 Phone: 608-935-3639
information@thehouseontherock.com

A dazzling array of sights,sounds, and sensations. Experience fantasies like the world’s largest carosel, an enourmous sea creature and the gravity defying Infinity Room which extends an unsupported 218 feet above the forest floor.

Timber Lake Playhouse
8215 Black Oak Road
Mount Carroll, IL  61053 Phone: 815-244-2035
TLPPRDIRECTOR@Hotmail.com

Timber Lake Playhouse is the oldest Continuously operating professional summer stock theatre in Illinois. Our season of musicals and theatre runs June through August.

VisitGalena.org
123 N. Commerce St.
Galena, IL  61036 Phone: 815-776-9200
galena@visitgalena.org

VisitGalena.org is the official destination marketing organization for Galena, IL. Galena’s rolling hills, scenic roads and historic charm revitalize the spirit. Stroll along our welcoming Main Street featuring artgalleries, antique stores and eclectic boutique shops.

Gardens & Farms

Bellevue Area Chamber of Commerce
210 North Riverview
Bellevue, IA  52031 Phone: 563.872.5830
chamber@bellevueia.com

The Mississippi River is our front door. When Visiting Bellevue, prepare to pamper yourself with wonderful dining, one-of-a-kind shopping & unique sightseeing. There is something for everyone here in Bellevue.

Boscobel Chamber of Commerce
800 Wisconsin Ave
Boscobel, WI  53805 Phone: 608.375.2672
bchamber@centurytel.net

The birthplace of the Gideon Bible, on the lower Wisconsin River is your gateway to the unglaciated “Driftless Area” of Wisconsin. Truly one of the state’s most beautiful regions. A Great Place to Visit!

Brush Creek Winery
16415 298th Avenue
Bellevue, Iowa  52031 Phone: 563-672-3481
www.brushcreekwinery.com

A visit to Brush Creek and Brush Creek Winery offers a relaxed, country experience where you can enjoy wine tasting, fishing, picnics, the Fountain Dale Bridge and Bluff Mills. If your timing is right you might see the turkey, the pheasants, American Bald eagles, or many of the deer in our area as we border one of the two local hunting preserves. Most of all we look forward to meeting you and sharing our wines with you. Come for a Country Visit..See you soon. Keith and Sherry Weuste

Galena Cellars Vineyard & Winery
515 S. Main
Galena, IL   61036 Phone: 815.777.3330
wine@GalenaCellars.com

Our vineyard consistently produces some of the country’s finest wines. Join us for tasting and shopping at either our Main Street location or our vineyard just minutes from Galena.

Galena/Jo Daviess County CVB
101 Bouthillier St.
Galena, IL  61036 Phone: 877.GoGalena (464.2536
cvb@galena.org

Discover Galena and Jo Daviess County…An enchanting destination with scenic vistas, spas, wineries, dining, shops, trolleys, tours, golf, skiing, and more. Relax in cozy B&B’s, full service resorts, popular hotels, historic inns, and well-appointed rental homes.

Green County Ag Chest
Box 533
Monroe, WI  53566

The Green County Ag Chest was organized in 1958 when the Green County Dairy Promotion Committee and the Green County Agricultural Foundation merged. Our objective is to promote Green County, its products, its resources, and its people, especially youth and youth activities involved with home economics and agriculture.

Green County Tourism
N 3150B Hwy 81
Monroe, WI  53566 Phone: 888.222.9111
tourism@greencounty.org

Golden cheese, amber ale, red Swiss flags and green rolling hills… Green County offers the colors of fun! Experience our heritage and local flavors, plus our outstanding year-round hospitality.

Learn Great Foods
203 E. Seminary
Mount Carroll, IL   61053 Phone: 815.244.5602
contact@learngreatfoods.com

Organic farm dinners,tours, creative cooking classes, and gourmet dining. Chocolate and wild foods weekends. Groups, families, and girlfriend getaways welcome. Year round schedules, and unique itineraries-customized-please call!

Massbach Ridge Winery
8844 S. Massbach Rd.
Elizabeth, IL  61028 Phone: 815-291-6700
massbachridge@bhawk.net

Enjoy the beautiful countryside while discovering your favorite Massbach wine. Located in the hills of Jo-Davies County with acres of vineyards that create award-wining wines. Visit and taste first-hand.

Rocky Waters Vineyard/Winery, Inc.

2003 W. Hanover Rd.
Hanover, IL  61041 Phone: 815-591-9706
jcs@luckywatersvineyard.com

Welcome to Rocky Waters, we are located in the beautiful hills of Hanover, Illinois with one of the most spectacular wineries and vineyards in our region. All of our wines are made here from our own twenty-five acre vineyard. We have eight wines available now but have several others finishing in tanks and barrels. Please call 815-591-9706 OR EMAIL jcs@rockywatersvineyard.com with a number to call you.

Silos & Smokestacks National Heritage Area
PO Box 2845
Waterloo , IA   50704-2845 Phone: 319.234.4567
info@silosandsmokestacks.org

The story of American agriculture is brought to life at more than 100 sites and attractions in this 37-county region in Northeast Iowa. An Affiliated Area of the National Park Service.

VisitGalena.org
123 N. Commerce St.
Galena, IL  61036 Phone: 815-776-9200
galena@visitgalena.org

VisitGalena.org is the official destination marketing organization for Galena, IL. Galena’s rolling hills, scenic roads and historic charm revitalize the spirit. Stroll along our welcoming Main Street featuring artgalleries, antique stores and eclectic boutique shops.

Wide River Winery
1776 Deer Creek Road
Clinton, IA  52732 Phone: 563-519-9463
wideriverwinery@gmail.com

Located on the bluffs of the Mississippi River at its widest point, Wide River Winery invites guests to sample premium handcrafted wines in a spectacular natural setting. Come for the Wine, Stay for the Adventure!

Guided Adventures & Tours

Boscobel Chamber of Commerce
800 Wisconsin Ave
Boscobel, WI  53805 Phone: 608.375.2672
bchamber@centurytel.net

The birthplace of the Gideon Bible, on the lower Wisconsin River is your gateway to the unglaciated “Driftless Area” of Wisconsin. Truly one of the state’s most beautiful regions. A Great Place to Visit!

Brush Creek Winery
16415 298th Avenue
Bellevue, Iowa  52031 Phone: 563-672-3481
www.brushcreekwinery.com

A visit to Brush Creek and Brush Creek Winery offers a relaxed, country experience where you can enjoy wine tasting, fishing, picnics, the Fountain Dale Bridge and Bluff Mills. If your timing is right you might see the turkey, the pheasants, American Bald eagles, or many of the deer in our area as we border one of the two local hunting preserves. Most of all we look forward to meeting you and sharing our wines with you. Come for a Country Visit..See you soon. Keith and Sherry Weuste

Cassville Tourism
100 W. Amelia
Cassville, WI  53806 Phone: 877.891.8298
casstour@chorus.net

Enjoy nature’s wonders along the mighty Mississippi. Take a scenic ride on the Cassville Car Ferry, visit Stonefield Historic Site and beautiful Nelson Dewey State Park. Enjoy Cassville!

Crystal Lake Cave
6684 Crystal Lake Cave Rd.
Dubuque, IA  52003-9504 Phone: 563.556.6451
info@crystallakecave.com

Crystal Lake Cave – Nature’s Masterpiece Natural living cave – Midwest’s largest. Guided tours through over 3000 ft. of breathtaking crystal formations. Nature’s masterpiece of underground panorama. 3 miles south of Dubuque on Hwy 52.

Dickeyville Grotto
305 W. Main St.
Dickeyville, WI  53808 Phone: 608.568.3119
tschultz@pcii.net

A creation of stone, mortar, shells, fossils, ores, gems and bright colored objects. Built in 1925 by Father Matthias Wernerus. Gift shop. Bus Tours. No specific fee – Donations accepted.

Dubuque River Rides
3rd St. Ice Harbor – Port of Dubuque
Dubuque, IA  52001 Phone: 563.583.8093
boats@dubuqueriverrides.com

Dubuque River Rides welcomes you aboard Iowa’s only authentic and nostalgic paddlewheeler, the Spirit of Dubuque and the sleek and sophisticated Miss Dubuque yacht. Cruising daily May-October. Dinner, Lunch, Eco and Historic Sightseeing, Murder Mystery, Fall color cruises.

Galena Cellars Vineyard & Winery
515 S. Main
Galena, IL   61036 Phone: 815.777.3330
wine@GalenaCellars.com

Our vineyard consistently produces some of the country’s finest wines. Join us for tasting and shopping at either our Main Street location or our vineyard just minutes from Galena.

Galena/Jo Daviess County CVB
101 Bouthillier St.
Galena, IL  61036 Phone: 877.GoGalena (464.2536
cvb@galena.org

Discover Galena and Jo Daviess County…An enchanting destination with scenic vistas, spas, wineries, dining, shops, trolleys, tours, golf, skiing, and more. Relax in cozy B&B’s, full service resorts, popular hotels, historic inns, and well-appointed rental homes.

Green County Tourism
N 3150B Hwy 81
Monroe, WI  53566 Phone: 888.222.9111
tourism@greencounty.org

Golden cheese, amber ale, red Swiss flags and green rolling hills… Green County offers the colors of fun! Experience our heritage and local flavors, plus our outstanding year-round hospitality.

Jackson County Welcome Center
60488 Hwy 64
Sabula, IA  52070 Phone: 800.342.1837
jcedc@iowatelecom.net

Jackson County Welcome Center is a one-room schoolhouse located on the Great River Rd., Hwy 52 Sabula. It includes a local crafts gift shop. Visitor information on two State Parks; Bellevue and Maquoketa Caves, Grant Wood Scenic Byway.

Learn Great Foods
203 E. Seminary
Mount Carroll, IL   61053 Phone: 815.244.5602
contact@learngreatfoods.com

Organic farm dinners,tours, creative cooking classes, and gourmet dining. Chocolate and wild foods weekends. Groups, families, and girlfriend getaways welcome. Year round schedules, and unique itineraries-customized-please call!

Massbach Ridge Winery
8844 S. Massbach Rd.
Elizabeth, IL  61028 Phone: 815-291-6700
massbachridge@bhawk.net

Enjoy the beautiful countryside while discovering your favorite Massbach wine. Located in the hills of Jo-Davies County with acres of vineyards that create award-wining wines. Visit and taste first-hand.

Mining Museum and Rollo Jamison Museum
405 E. Main
Platteville, WI  53818 Phone: 608.348.3301
museums@platteville.org

Tour an 1845 lead mine, ride a 1931 mine locomotive above ground and tour museums. Open daily 9 AM – 5 PM May-Oct. and Nov.-April self- guided exhibits open Monday – Friday. Call for special events.

National Historic Cheesemaking Center
2108 6th Ave
Monroe, WI  53566 Phone: 608.325.4636
cheese@nationalhistoriccheesemakingcenter.org

The cheesemaking museum recalls “an era that was, that will never be again.” See the cheese industry explained historically. Open daily, 9-4, March through November. Donation adults $2. Gift shop. Handicapped accessible. Bus tours.

Potosi-Tennyson Chamber of Commerce
P.O. Box 11
Potosi, WI  53820 Phone: 608.763.2539
hicryacr@chorus.net

Catfish Capital of Wisconsin, with Passage Thru Time Museum, Badger Hut remains, St. John Mine, Potosi Brewery, National ABA Museum, all on the World’s longest Main Street.

Prairie du Chien Chamber/Tourism Council
211 South Main
Prairie du Chien, WI  53821 Phone: 800-732-1673
info@prairieduchien.org

Oldest Community on the Upper Mississippi River. Rich in History and scenic beauty. Area includes 2 State Parks, Historic Sites, River Cruises, Casino, Unique Shopping, Variety of Dining, and 40+ Lodging properties.

Rocky Waters Vineyard/Winery, Inc.
2003 W. Hanover Rd.
Hanover, IL  61041 Phone: 815-591-9706
jcs@luckywatersvineyard.com

Welcome to Rocky Waters, we are located in the beautiful hills of Hanover, Illinois with one of the most spectacular wineries and vineyards in our region. All of our wines are made here from our own twenty-five acre vineyard. We have eight wines available now but have several others finishing in tanks and barrels. Please call 815-591-9706 OR EMAIL jcs@rockywatersvineyard.com with a number to call you.

Shullsburg Area Farmers And Merchants Group, Inc.
PO Box 341
Shullsburg, WI  53586 Phone: 608-965-3236
shullsburg@aol.com

44 Historical Buildings on the National Register. Refurbished Mine and Museum, Gravity Hill, Several Eatries, Unique Shopping, Historic Lodging, Antiques,Pre-Civil War Buildings, Historic Trolley Tours, Scenic Park and Pool.

Silos & Smokestacks National Heritage Area
PO Box 2845
Waterloo , IA   50704-2845 Phone: 319.234.4567
info@silosandsmokestacks.org

The story of American agriculture is brought to life at more than 100 sites and attractions in this 37-county region in Northeast Iowa. An Affiliated Area of the National Park Service.

Stone Cliff Winery
600 Star Brewery Drive
Dubuque, IA  52001 Phone: 563-552-1200
marybeth@stonecliffwinery.com

Owned and operated by Bob and Nan Smith and is currently located in the beautiful and historic Star Brewery Complex. The first vineyard was planted in rural Durango, IA in 1998 and each year after a new vineyard was added. Today Stone Cliff has 10 acres of vines it uses to blend with California and Washington state varietals which gives the flavor of the great wines which you have come to recognize and appreciate. The winery started selling its first bottles in 2001 and four of their six wines have received a variety of awards from the Indiana State and Des Moines regional competition. All 10 of their wines are top sellers in the Dubuqueland area. In 2007 Stone Cliff moved its entire production operation to the historic Dubuque Star Brewery from their home and former production site in Durango, IA and sold over 70,000 bottles of wine. Now, you can find you favorite bottle of Stone Cliff in the tasting room at the Star Brewery Complex and at over 100 retail stores across Eastern Iowa and Western Illinois.

Stratton Charters
320 East Jean Street
Cuba City, WI  53807 Phone: 608.744.8748
russ@strattoncharters.com

Russ Stratton Buses, Inc./Stratton Charters provides both school bus and luxury motor coach transportation for all your transportation needs in the tri-states and coast-to-coast.

The House on the Rock
5754 State Road 23
Spring Green, WI   53588 Phone: 608-935-3639
information@thehouseontherock.com

A dazzling array of sights,sounds, and sensations. Experience fantasies like the world’s largest carosel, an enourmous sea creature and the gravity defying Infinity Room which extends an unsupported 218 feet above the forest floor.

Tri-State Travel
P.O. Box 307
Galena, IL   61036 Phone: 800.779.4869
info@tristatetravel.com

Group transportation via deluxe motorcoachs and trolleys locally and nationwide. Escorted tour packages for individuals and private student and adult groups by motorcoach, air, rail and cruise. Customized Group Packages throughout the Tri-State region. Please call for more information.

VisitGalena.org
123 N. Commerce St.
Galena, IL  61036 Phone: 815-776-9200
galena@visitgalena.org

VisitGalena.org is the official destination marketing organization for Galena, IL. Galena’s rolling hills, scenic roads and historic charm revitalize the spirit. Stroll along our welcoming Main Street featuring artgalleries, antique stores and eclectic boutique shops.

Wide River Winery

1776 Deer Creek Road
Clinton, IA  52732 Phone: 563-519-9463
wideriverwinery@gmail.com

Located on the bluffs of the Mississippi River at its widest point, Wide River Winery invites guests to sample premium handcrafted wines in a spectacular natural setting. Come for the Wine, Stay for the Adventure!

Historic Sites & Museums

Anton’s Saloon

26320 County W
New Diggings, WI  53586 Phone: 608.965.4881
digs98@mhtc.net

Anton’s Saloon is open March through December. Stop in and try our “Macho Burger”. Hours are Thursday thru Sunday. Open at noon.

Bellevue Area Chamber of Commerce

210 North Riverview
Bellevue, IA  52031 Phone: 563.872.5830
chamber@bellevueia.com

The Mississippi River is our front door. When Visiting Bellevue, prepare to pamper yourself with wonderful dining, one-of-a-kind shopping & unique sightseeing. There is something for everyone here in Bellevue.

Benton & Its Museums

267 3rd Avenue
Benton, WI  53803 Phone: 608.759.2722

3 Museums. The first is the 1852 School House with pictures of former students and objects from past school days. The second museum is the original Parish House near St. Patricks Church. The third museum is called Swindlers’ Ridge. This museum is open Fri, Sat, Sun & Mon from Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day. The hours are 10am – 4pm.

Boscobel Chamber of Commerce

800 Wisconsin Ave
Boscobel, WI  53805 Phone: 608.375.2672
bchamber@centurytel.net

The birthplace of the Gideon Bible, on the lower Wisconsin River is your gateway to the unglaciated “Driftless Area” of Wisconsin. Truly one of the state’s most beautiful regions. A Great Place to Visit!

Brodhead Chamber of Commerce

P.O. Box 16
Brodhead, WI  53520 Phone: 608.897.8411
info@brodheadchamber.org

Southern gateway to Green County and America’s Dairyland, with the Sugar River State Trail and Depot Museum. A great place to visit – A great place to live!

Carroll County Motel Hotel 

Mt. Carroll, IL  61053 Phone: 1-866-333-1333
SVidinich@aol.com

Carroll County borders the Misssissippi River in NW Illinois. Enjoy rolling hillsides, fishing, biking, boating, hiking, hunting, birding, historic sites, festivals, antiquing, golf, dining and speciality shops. Many lodging choices: Bed & Breakfasts, Cabins, Hotels.

Cassville Tourism

100 W. Amelia
Cassville, WI  53806 Phone: 877.891.8298
casstour@chorus.net

Enjoy nature’s wonders along the mighty Mississippi. Take a scenic ride on the Cassville Car Ferry, visit Stonefield Historic Site and beautiful Nelson Dewey State Park. Enjoy Cassville!

Chalet Landhaus Inn

801 Highway 69
New Glarus, WI  53574 Phone: 800.944.1716
chalet@chaletlandhaus.com

Traditional Swiss hospitality & charm welcome you all year round. The Chalet Landhaus is built in traditional Swiss style, with a blend of modern convenience & old fashioned Swiss decor to give you a touch of Switzerland close to home.

Dickeyville Grotto

305 W. Main St.
Dickeyville, WI  53808 Phone: 608.568.3119
tschultz@pcii.net

A creation of stone, mortar, shells, fossils, ores, gems and bright colored objects. Built in 1925 by Father Matthias Wernerus. Gift shop. Bus Tours. No specific fee – Donations accepted.

Fenelon Place Elevator Co.

512 Fenelon Place
Dubuque, IA  52001 Phone: 563.582.6496
fenelonplaceelev@qwestoffice.net

Cable Car elevating passengers from 4th Street to Fenelon Place. Magnificent view of the Mississippi River and 3 states. Open daily 8am-10pm April 1 to November 30.

Fennimore

850 Lincoln Ave
Fennimore, WI  53809 Phone: 800.822.1131
promo@fennimore.com

A base camp for explorations of SW WI – variety of dining and accommodations. Trout Fishing, Hunting, Nature Park, Fennimore Doll & Toy Museum and Fennimore Railroad Museum. Thinking of relocating or starting a business? We welcome you.

Fennimore Doll & Toy Museum

1135 6th Street PO Box 53
Fennimore, WI  53809 Phone: 888.867.7935 608.822.4100
dolltoy@fennimore.com

Come see what “Every Toy Has a Story to Tell” is all about. A wonderland of dolls and toys from all eras, the museum provides enjoyment, enrichment, and education for all ages. Season: May-October

Fulton Chamber of Commerce

P.O. Box 253
Fulton, IL  61252 Phone: 815.589.4545
chamber@cityoffulton.us

Visit Historic Fulton- authentic Dutch Windmill, Heritage Canyon – an 1850s village – Windmill Cultural Center, shopping, dining, lodging,lock and Dam 13, and several community events.

Galena/Jo Daviess County CVB

101 Bouthillier St.
Galena, IL  61036 Phone: 877.GoGalena (464.2536
cvb@galena.org

Discover Galena and Jo Daviess County…An enchanting destination with scenic vistas, spas, wineries, dining, shops, trolleys, tours, golf, skiing, and more. Relax in cozy B&B’s, full service resorts, popular hotels, historic inns, and well-appointed rental homes.

Gramercy Park 

Beecher & Gramercy Sts.
East Dubuque , IL   61025 Phone: 815.747.3416
htlaw@mchsi.com

Situated on the blufftop heights overlooking the Mississippi, Gramercy Park features the Dunleith Native American burial mound group, walking trails, interpretive signs, panoramic views and blufftop picnic sites. A great stopover when traveling between states.

Green County Tourism

N 3150B Hwy 81
Monroe, WI  53566 Phone: 888.222.9111
tourism@greencounty.org

Golden cheese, amber ale, red Swiss flags and green rolling hills… Green County offers the colors of fun! Experience our heritage and local flavors, plus our outstanding year-round hospitality.

Guttenberg Development & Tourism 

323 S. River Park Drive, P.O. Box 536
Guttenberg, IA   52052 Phone: 877.252.2323
guttenberg@alpinecom.net

Guttenberg, one of Iowa’s Great Places, invites you to experience the beauty of Northeast Iowa while visiting our unique dining, lodging and shopping or just relax and watch the Mississippi River roll by.

John Deere Historic Site

8334 South Clinton St./ Grand Detour
Dixon, IL   61021 Phone: 815.652.4551
timmermanlynna@johndeere.com

Located just north of Dixon, you’ll find the original homestead of John Deere, where he created his first self-cleaning plow. The site features a replica of his blacksmith shop with a working blacksmith, an archeological dig site and gift shop. Tours are offered daily April through November.

John Deere Pavilion

1400 River Drive
Moline, IL   61265 Phone: 309.765.1000
jdpavilion@johndeere.com

As one of Illinois’ top five tourist attractions, the John Deere Pavilion blends the nostalgia of old-fashioned farming equipment with the technology of computer simulation fascinating visitors of all ages. More than the history of a company and its products, we’re about the history of America and the celebration of the heartland.

Learn Great Foods

203 E. Seminary
Mount Carroll, IL   61053 Phone: 815.244.5602
contact@learngreatfoods.com

Organic farm dinners,tours, creative cooking classes, and gourmet dining. Chocolate and wild foods weekends. Groups, families, and girlfriend getaways welcome. Year round schedules, and unique itineraries-customized-please call!

Lena Business & Professional Association

P.O. Box 204
Lena, IL  61048 Phone: 815.369.4901
knelson.lena@ffgbank.net

On scenic Stagecoach Trail (eastside), this village with quaint shops offers gifts, collectibles, meats, cheese, floral, antiques and restaurants. Visit state and local parks with mini-golf and Splashland pool. Stop at the historical museum or enjoy a game of golf.

Mining Museum and Rollo Jamison Museum

405 E. Main
Platteville, WI  53818 Phone: 608.348.3301
museums@platteville.org

Tour an 1845 lead mine, ride a 1931 mine locomotive above ground and tour museums. Open daily 9 AM – 5 PM May-Oct. and Nov.-April self- guided exhibits open Monday – Friday. Call for special events.

Monticello Community Club

W 4514 Wittenwyler Rd.
Monticello, WI  53570 Phone: 608.938.4383

Lake Montesian offers fishing, picnic area with shelter and restroom facilities. Visit beautiful Montesian Gardens and Memory Lane. Sugar River Trail for biking, hiking and snowmobiling

Mt. Carroll Chamber of Commerce

P.O. Box 94
Mount Carroll, IL  61053 Phone: 800.244.9594, ext. 1

Mt. Carroll Historic District includes over 30 sites including a Larado Taft Civil War monument, Mesker Brothers store fronts, brick streets, Dale Carnegie Library and Miles Museum. Pick up self-guided brochure at corner of Clay and Market St.

National Historic Cheesemaking Center

2108 6th Ave
Monroe, WI  53566 Phone: 608.325.4636
cheese@nationalhistoriccheesemakingcenter.org

The cheesemaking museum recalls “an era that was, that will never be again.” See the cheese industry explained historically. Open daily, 9-4, March through November. Donation adults $2. Gift shop. Handicapped accessible. Bus tours.

National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium

350 E. 3rd Street, Port of Dubuque
Dubuque, IA  52001 Phone: 800.226.3369
info@rivermuseum.com

An affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution. Enjoy dynamic aquariums, historical exhibits & stroll through the wetland and boatyard. Tour the William M.Black dredgeboat and visit the other steamboat artifacts. Open Daily.

National Motorcycle Museum

200 East Main Street
Anamosa, IA  52205 Phone: 319.462.3925
museum@nationalmcmuseum.org

Located in downtown Anamosa, IA, the Museum showcases more than a century of two-wheeled adventure! Featuring over 230 vintage motorcycles from around the world as well as antique toys, books, clothing, collectibles, artwork and more.

Pendarvis Historic Site

114 Shake Rag Street
Mineral Point, WI  53565-1063 Phone: 608.987.2122
allen.schroeder@wisconsinhistory.org

Greeted by a knowledgeable guide outfitted in period attire. Wander on a terraced hillside dotted with stone-and-log built by Cornish lead miners in the 1840s before Wisconsin statehood. Located in Mineral Point, WI.

Potosi Brewing Company

209 S Main St. P.O. 177
Potosi , WI  53820 Phone: 608.763.4002
info@Potosibrewery.com

The Potosi Brewing Company, home of the National Brewery Museum”. The facility also includes a Restaurant, Brewery, and Interpretive Center for the Great River Road.

Potosi-Tennyson Chamber of Commerce

P.O. Box 11
Potosi, WI  53820 Phone: 608.763.2539
hicryacr@chorus.net

Catfish Capital of Wisconsin, with Passage Thru Time Museum, Badger Hut remains, St. John Mine, Potosi Brewery, National ABA Museum, all on the World’s longest Main Street.

Prairie du Chien Chamber/Tourism Council

211 South Main
Prairie du Chien, WI  53821 Phone: 800-732-1673
info@prairieduchien.org

Oldest Community on the Upper Mississippi River. Rich in History and scenic beauty. Area includes 2 State Parks, Historic Sites, River Cruises, Casino, Unique Shopping, Variety of Dining, and 40+ Lodging properties.

Savanna Chamber of Commerce 

312 Main St.
Savanna, IL  61074 Phone: 866.367.6505
savchamber@grics.net

Savanna, IL built along the Mississippi River offers breathtaking views and an abundance of outdoor recreation. Accommodations range from camping to full service hotels and quaint inns. Shops and restaurants line the historic main street. http://www.savanna-il.com

Shullsburg Area Farmers And Merchants Group, Inc.

PO Box 341
Shullsburg, WI  53586 Phone: 608-965-3236
shullsburg@aol.com

44 Historical Buildings on the National Register. Refurbished Mine and Museum, Gravity Hill, Several Eatries, Unique Shopping, Historic Lodging, Antiques,Pre-Civil War Buildings, Historic Trolley Tours, Scenic Park and Pool.

Shullsburg Community Development Corporation

P.O. Box 3
Shullsburg, WI  53586 Phone: 608.965.4579
cjfink@mhtc.net

Shullsburg, the third oldest community in the state, is unique with many restored buildings & Gravity Hill. Enjoy year round shopping, dining in our great restaurants, and comfortable overnight accommodations.

Silos & Smokestacks National Heritage Area

PO Box 2845
Waterloo , IA   50704-2845 Phone: 319.234.4567
info@silosandsmokestacks.org

The story of American agriculture is brought to life at more than 100 sites and attractions in this 37-county region in Northeast Iowa. An Affiliated Area of the National Park Service.

Sinsinawa Mound Center

585 County Road Z
Sinsinawa, WI  53824 Phone: 608.748.4411
center@sinsinawa.org

“Tracing A Journey” self guided exhibit outlines Fr. Mazzuchelli’s life in Italy, journey to the American frontier, & his work among Native Americans, settlers & miners of the area. Visit our Bookshop & Art Gallery.

St.Donatus Historical Society

PO Box 113
St.Donatus, Iowa  52071 Phone: 800-280-1177
info@gehlenhouse.com

Kalmes Restaurant and Catering and Gehlen House Bed & Breakfast in St. Donatus, IA

Stone Cliff Winery

600 Star Brewery Drive
Dubuque, IA  52001 Phone: 563-552-1200
marybeth@stonecliffwinery.com

Owned and operated by Bob and Nan Smith and is currently located in the beautiful and historic Star Brewery Complex. The first vineyard was planted in rural Durango, IA in 1998 and each year after a new vineyard was added. Today Stone Cliff has 10 acres of vines it uses to blend with California and Washington state varietals which gives the flavor of the great wines which you have come to recognize and appreciate. The winery started selling its first bottles in 2001 and four of their six wines have received a variety of awards from the Indiana State and Des Moines regional competition. All 10 of their wines are top sellers in the Dubuqueland area. In 2007 Stone Cliff moved its entire production operation to the historic Dubuque Star Brewery from their home and former production site in Durango, IA and sold over 70,000 bottles of wine. Now, you can find you favorite bottle of Stone Cliff in the tasting room at the Star Brewery Complex and at over 100 retail stores across Eastern Iowa and Western Illinois.

Stonefield Historic Site

2195 Hwy. VV
Cassville, WI  53806 Phone: 608.725.5210
alschroeder@whs.wisc.edu

Home to the Wisconsin State Agricultural Museum -including rare examples & McCormik patent models, a 1900 Farmstead, a 1900 Village – A 30 building re-created community & Governor Nelson Dewey Homesite – the estate of the first governor of Wisconsin.

The House on the Rock

5754 State Road 23
Spring Green, WI   53588 Phone: 608-935-3639
information@thehouseontherock.com

A dazzling array of sights,sounds, and sensations. Experience fantasies like the world’s largest carosel, an enourmous sea creature and the gravity defying Infinity Room which extends an unsupported 218 feet above the forest floor.

Thomson Depot Museum

392 Main Street
Thomson, IL  61285 Phone: 815.259.8292

Original Burlington Northern wood Depot, filled with Railroad and local memorabilia. Open Memorial weekend through mid-October. Fri – Sat – Sun 1pm-4pm. Special tours can be arranged. Please phone (815)259-8292.

VisitGalena.org

123 N. Commerce St.
Galena, IL  61036 Phone: 815-776-9200
galena@visitgalena.org

VisitGalena.org is the official destination marketing organization for Galena, IL. Galena’s rolling hills, scenic roads and historic charm revitalize the spirit. Stroll along our welcoming Main Street featuring artgalleries, antique stores and eclectic boutique shops.

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