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Wade House

View Website Favorite (5) W7965 State Highway 23 - Greenbush, WI 53026
Information: 920-526-3271

TEMPORARILY CLOSED FOR THE 2021 SEASON

An 1850s stagecoach inn built alongside a plank road in Greenbush to serve carriage and wagon traffic. The site includes the reconstructed Herrling sawmill, one of a rare few working water-powered mills of its kind in North America. The Wesley Jung Carriage Museum houses Wisconsin's largest collection of hand-and horse-drawn carriages.

  • Features
    • Disabled Access
  • State Historic Sign Site
    • Yes
  • History/Heritage Type
    • State Historic Site
    • Early Industry
    • Military Heritage
    • Wisconsin History
    • Transportation Heritage
  • Tour Type
    • Transportation
  • Museum/Gallery Type
    • Historical

Nearby Places

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CANCELED - Jazz on the Vine 5/07/2021 - 5/09/2021 Elkhart Lake - 4.76 miles away
2
Shop & Sip Elkhart Lake 5/08/2021 Elkhart Lake - 5.09 miles away
3
SVRA Vintage Festival Weekend 5/14/2021 - 5/16/2021 Elkhart Lake - 5.31 miles away
4
Annual Juried Art Exhibit: Alive in the Arts 5/07/2021 - 8/06/2021 Plymouth - 6.41 miles away
5
1950's Sock Hop Dance 5/13/2022 Sheboygan Falls - 9.12 miles away
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Spring Farm Tour 4/30/2021 - 5/02/2021 Sheboygan - 18.77 miles away
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Fiesta Latina 5/22/2021 West Bend - 24.73 miles away
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Spring Farm Tour 4/30/2021 - 5/02/2021 Manitowoc - 24.95 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

Geothermal system provides heating and cooling to Visitor Center and Wesley W. Jung CarriageMuseum complex.  New facility also incorporates sophisticated temperature and humidity controls.Lumber is rough sawn from logs at site’s reproduction sawmill, which is powered by water from theMullet River.Preferred parking available in visitor lot for energy-efficiency vehicles (noted by signage).Compostable materials are used instead of plastic.