Sightseeing in North La Crosse


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  • National Farm Toy Museum
    Retrace and retread tractor history at this Dyersville museum, located 90 minutes from downtown Cedar Rapids. With thousands of toys and exhibits scattered throughout its two-floored exhibition space, the National Farm Toy Museum pays tribute to historic and contemporary crop contraptions. Fun-loving farm enthusiasts may peruse the museum's frenzy of farm implements, including trucks, pedal tractors, and life-size John Deer soil-sifters. Original artwork, dioramas, and two Doug Schlesier sculptures artfully express anecdotes of American agriculture, while miniature farm replicas and Ertl Company toys convey while miniature-sized farm replicas and Ertl Company toys convey to visitors the life-sized growth of American farming. The National Farm Toy Museum is open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.
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    1110 16th Avenue Ct SE
    Dyersville, IA US
  • Kelley Frame and Fine Art Galleries
    Kelley Frame and Fine Art Galleries nestles magnum opuses of all sizes inside high-quality frames assembled in-shop by skilled craftsmen. Diploma-framing packages ($59.95) protect and artfully display hard-earned clown college degrees by securing the certificate into a black frame, stabilizing it with an acid-free paper mat, and protecting its privacy with one-way glass. Posters, portraits, or photographs with sizes going up to 30"x40" ($49.95–$99.95) find comfortable homes behind glass in a 1 1/4" frame, available in a choice of finishes, including black, mocha walnut, mahogany, clear pine, and invisible oak. Spiff up blank walls with framed military medals, wedding pictures, collectibles, or team jerseys. Special conservation and preservation services, meanwhile, assist connoisseurs looking to shield precious pieces from the dangers of acid, light, or superpower-inducing gamma rays.
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    512 2nd St
    Hudson, WI US
  • Sand Creek Brewing Co.
    Though Sand Creek Brewing Company officially launched in 2004, its heritage stretches all the way back to 1856. That's when the Swiss-born Ulrich Oderbolz built his Oderbolz Brewing Company. on the side of a hill in Black River Falls. The facility changed hands and names over the years?Badger Brewing Company, Pioneer Brewing Company?before the Sand Creek team relocated from their makeshift brewery on a Wisconsin dairy farm. These days, Pioneer's brewmaster Todd Krueger?a winner of three World Beer Cup golds?joins forces with Sand Creek's Jim Wiesender. Together, the duo concocts 10 year-round and seasonal brews, from an award-winning oatmeal chocolate stout to a German-style ale made with Wisconsin-grown cranberries. Brews flow every Friday evening at Sand Creek's taproom, while free tours offer glimpses into the historic building and its 19th-century beer cellar, where bottles are fashionably attired with top hats and monocles. Besides extended taproom hours each summer, the microbrewery participates in myriad events throughout the year.
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    320 Pierce St
    Black River Falls, WI US
  • Champions Riverside Resort
    With 176 campsites in the rolling hills of Western Wisconsin, Champions Riverside Resort offers a scenic getaway on the sandy beaches of the Black River and underneath shady tree groves. Groups of families and friends set up camp amid myriad amenities and activities, including a heated pool, bar and grill, and game room. Once the campsite embers dwindle, guests can explore the grounds aboard a rental golf cart or canoe, or hike through bucolic forest trails.
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    W16751 Pow Wow Lane
    Galesville, WI US
  • Lost Island Wine
    Lost Island Wine stocks more than 30 wines, all of them clustered around a central theme: the beach. Bearing monikers like "Peach Beach," "Lifeguard Chair Pear," and "Mosquito Moscato," the house vintages are often infused with fruity flavors. But the tropical vibes don't stop at the wines; they extend throughout the tiki-themed shop, apparent in everything from the potted palm trees to the sunny tasting patio.
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    570 Theater Road
    Onalaska, WI US
  • Winneshiek Wildberry Winery
    Winneshiek Wildberry Winery specializes in whisking oenophiles away, whether that means an all-day getaway to the vineyard, or a seconds-brief retreat in the form of a satisfying sip. 20 plus wines are made on-site, concocted with grapes that are almost entirely local. They range from the tangy-sweet Cranberry Crush, which won gold at the Iowa State Fair and two consecutive awards at the Mid-America Win competition, to the off-dry red Kenyon Ridge Frontenac, which took home the silver medal at the Indiana International wine competition. But those who visit the sunny spot do more than swish and sip in the tasting room or out on the veranda. Visitors can also tour the cellar and vineyard, celebrate in the party room, shop for hand-made gifts in the boutique, or taste some of the winery's handcrafted truffles and cheeses.
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    1966 337th Street
    Decorah, IA US

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