Pendarvis

View Website Favorite (5) 114 Shake Rag Street - Mineral Point, WI 53565
Information: 608-987-2122

Pendarvis is open daily May 27-October 29 from 10am to 5pm.

Pendarvis traces its beginnings to Wisconsin's territorial lead-mining heyday during the 1840s and '50s, when many immigrant Cornish miners settled in Mineral Point to work the mines. What remains today is a collection of stone and stone-and-log cottages built by these immigrants in the tradition of their native Cornwall. Nearby is a former mine site and a 43-acre restored prairie.

  • Shopping Type
    • Specialty Shop
  • State Historic Sign Site
    • Yes
  • Museum/Gallery Type
    • Historical
  • History/Heritage Type
    • State Historic Site
    • Early Industry
    • Wisconsin History
    • European Heritage
    • Historic Homes

Nearby Places

1
Jewelry Bootcamp 5/03/2019 - 5/05/2019 Mineral Point - 0.29 miles away
2
Historic Preservation Weekend 5/03/2019 - 5/05/2019 Mineral Point - 0.48 miles away
3
Wisconsin Grilled Cheese Championship 4/27/2019 Dodgeville - 7.55 miles away
4
Maypole Dance Family Evening 5/04/2019 Dodgeville - 10.57 miles away
5
Mike Block Family Concert 5/17/2019 Spring Green - 20.1 miles away
6
Mike Block House Concert 5/18/2019 Spring Green - 20.1 miles away
7
Spring Fling 5/17/2019 - 5/19/2019 Spring Green - 22.3 miles away
8
Auto/Tractor Show and Swap Meet 5/04/2019 Fennimore - 24.81 miles away

Travel Green Wisconsin Certified

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Certified: (Req. 30 Points)

To be certified through Travel Green Wisconsin, all participants must achieve at least 30 points on the Travel Green Wisconsin Checklist. The more points a business attains, the greener they are in their operations.

Green Innovations

  • Organization encourages staff to uphold sustainable practices by including an evaluation of these practices in performance appraisals.
  • Compostable materials are used instead of plastic and a composting program is in place for landscape waste.
  • Only Low-Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) paints and finishes are used.
  • Local products and crafts are purchased for use or available for sale to guests.