Classic steam paddle wheelers still ply the Mississippi’s waters in La Crosse; just a small part of this lovely city’s charm. Spreading from the edge of the river to the base of steep bluffs, La Crosse enjoys a glorious natural setting. The city’s Main Street ends at Grandad Bluff, which rises 570 feet above the city. The beautiful park atop the bluff offers a stunning view of three states: Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa. Downtown, Riverside Park provides a perfect vantage point for watching river traffic and for boarding one of the two paddle wheelers that offer sightseeing cruises. Yacht cruises and eco-tours on the river are also available. Enjoy unique shops, relaxing hotels, entertainment, museums, galleries, and award-winning restaurants in the city’s historic downtown.
May 13 - May 29
Billy Elliot is about a coal miner's son in northern England. With his father out on strike, the Elliot family is falling apart. Billy's life is forever...
Kids from Wisconsin in La Crosse
The Kids From Wisconsin revue is produced in collaboration with some of this country's best writers, arrangers, and choreographers. Costumes are designed and...
July 01 - July 04
This annual festival features top-name entertainment for all ages and continuous events! Enjoy fireworks on the 4th at dusk, a food fair, beverage tent,...
Delectable Waterfront Dining
Wisconsin is known for its beautiful bodies of water and delicious restaurants, and what better way to combine the two than with waterfront dining? With 14,000...