Sightseeing in La Crosse


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  • American Old Fashion Ice Cream
    Experience a new side of Galena when you pay a visit to American Old Fashion Ice Cream, a fun-filled vacation spot. American Old Fashion Ice Cream patrons can pull into a space on the street when searching for parking at the N Main St location. If your preferred mode of transit is of the two wheel variety, you're in luck — there's tons of bike parking outside the place.
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    102 N Main St
    Galena, IL US
  • National Mustard Museum
    Barry Levenson can tell you the exact date he became a mustard collector: October 28, 1986. It was the early morning after his beloved Boston Red Sox lost the World Series, and he was wandering an all-night grocery store "looking for the meaning of life," as his website puts it. Then, in a flash, it hit him: mustard. Barry would amass the world's largest collection, and people would journey from miles around to see it. This unlikely epiphany set the course for the next 30 years of Barry's life. He began snatching up every type of mustard he could get his hands on, which wasn't always easy given his time-consuming job as the Assistant Attorney General for the State of Wisconsin. Once he even snagged a jar from a hotel hallway—and stored it in his pocket during a case in front of the U.S. Supreme Court. No one could accuse Barry of lacking commitment to his vision. By 1992, he had compiled a large enough collection to open his dream museum. Today, the National Mustard Museum stands more than 5,624 mustards strong. The premier attraction—The Great Wall of Mustard—represents all 50 states and more than 70 countries. Elsewhere, visitors can play a Food Whiz game or gaze at a collection of antique mustard pots, tins, and advertisements. Of course, there are ample opportunities to taste the mustard, too. Visitors can typically sample around 500 varieties, and then pick a favorite one to buy and take home.
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    7477 Hubbard Ave
    Middleton, 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
  • Vesterheim Norwegian-American Museum
    Ease your appetite with delicious bites from Vesterheim Norwegian-American Museum in Decorah. You won't find any low-fat fare here, though, so leave some room to indulge. It's time to gather up the party people. Serve them great food from Vesterheim Norwegian-American Museum. Diners at Vesterheim Norwegian-American Museum will love the simple and nearby street parking options. Dining at Vesterheim Norwegian-American Museum will set you back about $30 per person on average. Vesterheim Norwegian-American Museum is cash-only, so plan a trip to the ATM before heading over. Vesterheim Norwegian-American Museum offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner, so stop by whenever is most convenient for you.
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    523 W Water St
    Decorah, IA US
  • Lamers Bus Lines
    Avoid the hassle of vacation planning and head to the offices of Lamers Bus Lines in La Crosse for all of your vacation planning needs. It'll be a short walk from your parking space with so many options available nearby. So if you're looking for the best service and the greatest vacation deals, swing by Lamers Bus Lines in La Crosse today.
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    326 Sky Harbour Dr
    La Crosse, 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

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