The tiny town of Potosi completed a major renovation of its local brewery that today houses the National Brewery Museum and the National Brewery Transportation Museum. If you like Breweriana, you’ll be amazed. The museum is also home to an interpretive center for the nearby Great River Road, a National Scenic Byway that follows the route of the Mississippi River. Potosi is also the location of one of the oldest lead mines in the state.
Potosi Area Fireman's Catfish Festival
Firemen's annual fish fry(11am-5pm), parade(10am), arts and crafts, games, truck & tractor pulls, card tournaments, sports tournaments, live music and more.
Annual Potosi BrewFest
The Annual Potosi Brewfest includes samples from more than 35 vendors of craft beer, wine, specialty meat & cheeses. Try your hand at the Beer Stein Holding...
Grant River Tubin' Co.
Grant River Tubin’ Co. provides inner tubes for recreational river flotation. We have many styles of inner tubes to fit everyone’s individual needs. As you...
Whispering Bluffs Winery
Great selection or wines, chocolates, cheese and gifts. Whispering Bluffs Winery offers a comfortable, welcoming place that makes you feel you have a moment or...
Potosi Recreation Area/ Potosi Point
The Potosi Point, off Hwy 133, is designated a National Wildlife Refuge and is visited annually by 270 species of birds. It is particularly attractive in the...
8 Great Rivers for Tubing in Wisconsin
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Lazy rivers have a whole new meaning this summer! Tubing on the river is the perfect way to stay cool, relax or adventure the great outdoors in Wisconsin’s hot...