Area Attractions

A Cedarburg Christmas

Everyone's Home for the Holidays

Historic Cedarburg, Wisconsin is a beautiful destination any time of year, but especially so during the Christmas season. Centuries-old limestone buildings house scores of enticing specialty shops, unique art galleries, coffee houses, and cozy pubs and restaurants, while the city's two gracious historic inns greet weary travelers with the warmth of a home from days gone by. A shopper's delight, Cedarburg offers everything from modern arts and accessories to nostalgic antiques and toys, to artful attire for the entire family.

For information on events and festivities, visit the Cedarburg Christmas website: www.cedarburgchristmas.com 

Cedar Creek Settlement

Browse Through Shops, Galleries and a Working Winery

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, browse through shops, galleries and a working winery in this restored, 1864 woolen mill on the banks of Cedar Creek. Over 30 stores, artists studios and restaurants combine to make your visit relaxing and rewarding.

Open Monday-Saturday 10:00am-5:00pm
Sunday 11:00am-5:00pm.
Special hours May-Christmas: Friday 10:00am-8:00pm, Saturday 10:00am-6:00pm. 

Cedar Creek Winery

Tours and Tasting Daily!

Tour one of America's most noted small regional wineries. Taste and enjoy the award-winning wines from fine, delicate whites to rich, robust reds. A variety of special, seasonal vintages are also available. Gift shop offers wine-related items from picnic backpacks to wine glasses and gourmet foods. Located in the historic Cedar Creek Settlement. Tours and tastings daily. Tours by appointment.

Open year round. Monday-Saturday 10:00am-5:00pm; Sunday 11:00am-5:00pm.
Special hours May-Christmas: Open Friday
10:00am-8:00pm, Saturday 10:00am-6:00pm.

Phone: 888-827-8020 or 262-377-8020
Website: cedarcreekwinery.com  

Cedarburg Art Museum

 

The Cedarburg Art Museum is a gift to Cedarburg from the former Ozaukee Bank. The Ozaukee Bank Gift to the Future Fund has purchased the building and donated over 50 paintings for the development of a fine art museum in downtown Cedarburg.

The Cedarburg Art Museum is housed in a building designed in 1898 as a residence by Cedarburg Architect William Hilgen. It was built for Leopold & Johanna Jochem, daughter of Cedarburg woolen mill owner Diedrich Wittenburg.

The Museum’s grand red brick building with it's delightful turret, is a combination of Romanesque, Queen Anne and Classical architecture. Original stained glass graces the open staircase that leads up to the second floor. And the windows on the second and third level’s of the structure provide a birds eye view of Cedarburg's historic district.

Wednesday through Saturday 10-4
Sunday noon - 4

Cedarburg Cultural Center

Performing Arts, Humanities and Local Heritage!

Art, Music & History thrive at the Cedarburg Cultural Center through Main Stage, First Fridays & Throwback Thursday performances as well as exhibits, open mic nights, historical programs, and classes. Free gallery admission.  Wheelchair accessible.  The Center is available to rent for weddings, meetings & events. The mission of the Cedarburg Cultural Center is to provide a gathering place to celebrate community, the arts and local heritage.

Open Tuesday-Saturday 10:00am-5:00pm
Sunday Noon-4:00pm. Closed Monday. 

Cedarburg Farmer's Market

 The Farmers Market in Cedarburg, sponsored by Port Washington State Bank, will take place every Friday from 9am-2pm, June through October. Visitors will find a wide variety of fresh farm produce, organic foods, flowers, herbs and perennials, fresh coffee, bakery and artisan crafts.

Cedarburg General Store Museum

Take A Step Back in Time!

This 1860's era frame building, restored by the Landmark Preservation Society, houses the Roger C. Christensen collection of antique packaging and advertising art. Curated and maintained by the Cedarburg Cultural Center, the collection, which dates from the early 1900's through the 1940's, is believed to be one of the most extensive of its kind in the Midwest. Vintage grocery tins, apothecary items and dry goods are among the many items that evoke the essence of the old-time general store. This marvelous treasury of the past delights young and old alike. Come see the vintage treasures in the candy counter and share a chuckle over the outlandish claims on bottles of hair cream and health remedies! The Cedarburg Visitor Center and Chamber of Commerce are located within the building, making it the perfect first stop on your visit to Cedarburg!

Open Monday-Friday 10:00am-4:00pm, Saturday 10:00am-1:00pm, Sundays on Community Special Occasions 10:00am-1:00pm 262-377-9620

Cedarburg Performing Arts Center

The Stars Shine Brightly in Cedarburg!

The Cedarburg PAC, Inc. is committed to nurturing imagination, inspiration and creative expression through the performing arts. Each year, the Visiting Artists Series showcases a broad range of nationally renowned performers in a state-of-the-art, yet intimate setting. 

Cedarburg Woolen Mill Textile Museum

Spinning Wheels, Looms & Quilts!

This one-of-kind shop specializes in wool, down, feathers and polyester cleaning and processing. Visit this working textile museum with custom wool carding on original 1860 machinery. See antique spinning wheels, looms and quilts.

Open Saturday 9:00am-1:00pm

 

Covered Bridge Park

The Last Remaining Covered Bridge in Wisconsin!

Enjoy a walk across the last remaining original covered bridge in Wisconsin. Picnic in the park along Cedar Creek!  Originally known as "Red Bridge," a modern span was built alongside the attraction which is now used exclusively as a pedestrian walkway.  A great photo op!

Historic Interurban Depot & Ozaukee County Archives Research Center

 Preserving and Sharing the Past for Today and Future Generations!

Home of the Ozaukee County Historical Society, and also known as the Hazel Wirth Center, this historic landmark is the last building of the Milwaukee to Sheboygan Interurban Transit System that served Ozaukee County from 1907 to 1948. All Aboard!

The Archives is located at N57 W6406 Center Street, Cedarburg, and is open on Tuesdays from 9-3, 2nd & 4th Mondays from 5-8 p.m. 2nd Saturday of month from 9-11 a.m. or by appointment.

 

Kuhefuss House Museum

Visit One Of Historic Cedarburg's Oldest Residences

Enjoy a historical tour of this 1849 home featuring artifacts and furnishings of the era plus facts on the people and events in the mid-1850's.

Open June through August: Friday 1:30pm-4:00pm and Saturday 11:00am-4:00pm. 

Ozaukee Art Center

Celebrating Our 35th Year!

A Fine Arts Complex featuring workshops and exhibitions in all media. Included is artwork and sculpture of famous artist PAUL J. YANK of Paul J. Yank Sculpture Studios. This Art Center is housed in one of Wisconsin's oldest breweries, c.1843.

Open Wednesday-Sunday 1:00pm-4:00pm

Tours by appointment: 262-377-8230 

Ozaukee Interurban Trail

Connecting the Past, Present and Future of Ozaukee County's Communities!

Completed in 2002, the Ozaukee Interurban Trail is a 30-mile paved trail that spans the entire length of Ozaukee County. Take a ride on Southeastern Wisconsin's premier trail through friendly communities offering activities that will please your entire group. Enjoy touring Ozaukee County while biking, in-line skating, walking, and running in an off-road environment, which is safe for the entire family.

While passing through Cedarburg, stop in the historic downtown district in any one of the coffee shops, quaint restaurants, or cozy pubs. Take a walk and enjoy the architecture, art galleries, and shopping opportunities before heading back on the trail. 

Trail Map (PDF)

Pioneer Village

A Living History Museum

Located 10 miles north of Cedarburg, the Village is a living history museum with over 24 buildings and structures from the 1840 to the early 1900's era.

Open Saturday and Sunday Noon-5:00pm from Memorial Day Weekend to Mid-October. 

Riveredge Nature Center

Nature at its Finest!

One of the first and one of the largest nature centers in Southeastern Wisconsin, Riveredge offers hands-on environmental education, through a variety of special events, weekend programs and summer camps. Hiking trails and a visitor center offer activities throughout the year. Free Admission!

Open Monday-Friday 8:00am-5:00pm
Saturday & Sunday 12:00pm-4:00pm
Hiking Trails open daily from dawn to dusk. 

Rivoli Movie Theater

Revive the Rivoli!

Enjoy a movie or special performance at this recently renovated historic building located in the heart of historic Cedarburg. Tuesdays are special at the Rivoli! Go back in time with discounted admission. 

Stumpf's U-Cut Christmas Tree Farm

"You can't get a fresher Christmas tree than the one you cut yourself at Stumpf's U-Cut Christmas Tree Farm."

We do provide saws. We also will shake your tree on our mechanical shaker to remove any debris and fallen needles prior to your taking it into your home. For an additional $1 we will bale your tree. This puts netting on your tree so that it will fit through your doors and it makes transport and setup easier. We have an indoor heated sales barn where hot apple cider is served. Other products available for your convenience are wreaths, tree stands, and disposal bags.

Open Thanksgiving Day, the Friday after Thanksgiving, and every Friday, Saturday and Sunday between Thanksgiving and Christmas from 9:00am until 4:30pm. 

Wisconsin Museum of Quilts and Fiber Arts

Shop the Museum's Fiber Arts Boutique!

In August 2011, the Museum opened a new gallery and rental space in a fully restored barn, featuring rotating fiber art and quilts exhibits. The Fiber Arts Gift Shop, located next to the gallery, has interesting merchandise created by local artists.

Located on the historic Hoffman Boecker Farmstead in Cedarburg, Wisconsin, the Museum grew out of the Wisconsin Quilt History projects, Inc, and hosts many events throughout the year, celebrating the rich history of quilts and fiber arts in addition to historic buildings.Open year-round, Wednesday - Saturday, 10:00am - 4:00pm; Sunday Noon-4:00pm. Closed major holidaysPhone: 262-546-0300
Website: www.wiquiltmuseum.com