Dining in style and atmosphere of the “ole time” lumber camp cook shanty.
View, touch and feed over 350 animals representing 70+ species. Don’t forget the pig races, the nurseries, wildlife interactions, petting zoo, and more.
The place to be for hands-on family fun. Filled with more than 175 interactive activities, it is sure to boggle your brain.
Explore B-LUX Grill & Bar’s deliciously unique menu, with all the menu items crafted from scratch. Stop in and try a burger or indulge in one of their signature shakes.
Adventure into a different world full of fairies, wizards, trolls and dragons. Wizard Quest in downtown Wisconsin Dells is a hands-on, brain teasing interactive gaming adventure.
An old-fashioned paddle-boat décor makes you feel like you’re dining on water. Offering over 50 breakfast choices! A classic Dells experience.
International Crane Foundation - The only place in the world where you can see all 15 species of cranes. Visitors can enjoy a guided tour of the world’s cranes and take a hike on our nature trails.
If you like street food and fun, you will love Grateful Shed. A casual carefree vibe where every hour is happy hour. Cheer on your favorite team, enjoy live music and indulge in tastes from around the Midwest..
The Grateful Shed
AFTERNOON: HOTEL TIME
H.H. Bennett, landscape photographer, inventor & promoter was "the man who made Wisconsin Dells famous." Tour Bennett's 1875 photography studio; explore 6,000 ft of interactive exhibits.
Take a journey through scenery, history and legend. Experience all the natural beauty and mystery the Wisconsin Dells has to offer.
Dells Boat Tours®
Buffalo Phil’s Pizza & Grille is soon to be your family’s favorite restaurant. Their menu includes pizzas, rotisserie chicken, steaks, burgers, Lil’ Buckaroo meals and delicious BBQ.
The Keg is located in the Downtown Wisconsin Dells and offers homemade freshly prepared meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Try one of our famous Keg Mag Muffins to start your day.
Wisconsin Big Cat Rescue & Education Center is not a zoo; it is a non-profit organization that shelters big cats from around the United States that have been abused, abandoned, seized or just left in need of a home. Learn each of their stories on your visit.
An outdoor, living museum and operating railroad recreating the small town/short line way of life during the “Golden Age of Railroading,” spanning the years 1880-1916, with operating trains, education exhibits, and displays of restored rolling stock
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