Located at the junction of the Chippewa and Eau Claire Rivers, the city of Eau Claire (French for "clear water") was one of the state's busiest lumber towns in the 1800s; a center of thriving Woodland Indian culture and later an agricultural center. Several interesting local museums explore this varied heritage. Extensive bike trails along the Eau Claire and Chippewa Rivers offer breathtaking views to both walkers and cyclists in summer and snowmobilers in winter. Eau Claire is also an ideal home base for day trips to surrounding communities.
Sculpture Tour Eau Claire
May 07 - April 30
Sculpture Tour Eau Claire is an exciting exhibit of original sculptures displayed all year long throughout downtown Eau Claire. The 31 original abstract and...
Winter After Hours
January 01 - February 26
Volume One and Eau Claire Parks & Rec have teamed up and invite you to enjoy a ton of cool winter action for adults and kids alike amid the festively-lit Boyd...
Banbury Art Crawl
February 06 - February 07
Many regional artists and small businesses will participate in the annual Art Crawl. This free cultural event will include works sale by area artists,...
Fanny Hill Victorian Inn & Restaurant
Fanny Hill, located just one mile south of Eau Claire, is a locally owned restaurant, banquet facility and nine-room inn.
Whether serving beautifully...