Wisconsin Dells Indoors

The House on the Rock Wisconsin Dells
This sample itinerary can be customized for any time of the year.

 

Wisconsin Dells is the “Waterpark Capital of the World” located off of I-90 on the Wisconsin River.

 

8 – 11:00am
Start your morning out in Spring Green at The House on the Rock. Alex Jordan’s retreat was built atop a chimney of rock. The house was only the beginning. Alex expanded his vision beyond the house and collected and built on a massive scale, creating an attraction with some of the world’s most unique collections. Head into Wisconsin Dells for the rest of your day.

 

11 – 1:00pm
Spend lunch at the Cheese Factory Restaurant. A popular and frequent stop for families craving healthier food, you will find lunch served in a warm, well lit, converted old cheese factory building surrounded by lush gardens.

1 – 3:00pm
Take a snow train ride at the Mid-Continent Railway Museum. The Mid-Continent Railway Museum is an outdoor, living museum and operating railroad recreating the small town/short line way of life during the “Golden Age of Railroading.”

 

3 – 5:00pm
Visit Wisconsin’s largest indoor waterpark at the Kalahari Resort. Even if it is cold outside, inside you can enjoy a full summer experience with slides, lazy river, spas, activity pools and so much more!

 

5 – 6:00pm
Enjoy Top Secret, A Highly Classified Experience tour through an upside down White House! See the White House basement where all the Top Secret information is stored.

6 – 7:30pm
Fine dining awaits your group tonight at Copper Oak Steak House. An open flame grill features a fine selection of beef charbroiled over a combination of Wisconsin hickory and Texas mesquite. You can find extensive selections of export and import wines, hearty appetizers, delicious homemade soups, and freshly prepared specialty salads. The Copper Oak proudly features specialty desserts created in their own bakery.

 

 

7:30 – 9:00pm
One last stop brings you into H.H. Bennett Studio. H.H. Bennett—landscape photographer, inventor & promoter—was “the man who made Wisconsin Dells famous.” Tour Bennett’s 1875 photography studio and explore 6,000 feet of interactive exhibits. Experience the 3-D effect of Bennett’s stereo photographs using handheld 19th century stereoscope and 21st century high-resolution computer monitors. Learn how Bennett brought visitors to Kilbourn (now Wisconsin Dells).

 

For more information contact Wisconsin Dells Visitor & Convention Bureau at 800-223-3557 or go online to www.wisdells.com.

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