Wisconsin Cranberry Discovery Center
The Wisconsin Cranberry Discovery Center takes you on an adventure to discover cranberry growing in Wisconsin, from Native Americans gathering fruit in the wild to the unique methods of growing and harvesting fruit today. Following your tour, visit our gift shop featuring regional products, local cranberries & fresh products, cranberry wine, and a wide variety cranberry products. Then treat yourself to a cranberry ice cream cone or slice of cranberry pie from our ice cream parlor and bakery.
Hours of Operation
May 1-Sept 14: Mon–Sat 10am-4pm, Sun 10am–3pm; Sept 15–Oct 31 Mon–Sun 9am-5pm. Nov 1-April 30 Seasonal Hours – Please call for an appointment! Watch for special events Nov 1-Dec 31.
Take exit #135 off I-94 at Warrens. East on County Road EW. Follow the signs.
- Disabled Access
- Specialty Shop
- Wisconsin History
Articles: Wisconsin Cranberry Discovery Center
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