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Dells Bells Wedding Chapel is here to provide you with a stress-free wedding experience. Over the past decade, we have eagerly hosted thousands of ceremonies and we look forward to helping you with yours.

Located in Downtown Wisconsin Dells, our chapel seats up to 50 guests and comes fully decorated. We even provide a coordinator, to help you look rehearsed.

We are pleased to offer you an elegant setting, where you can invite your family and friends to witness your vows, without the stress of wedding debt. Our latest feature is a "Live Chapel Cam", which allows those who can't make the trip to witness you exchange your vows.

Our ceremony, will highlight the give and take of your relationship. Along with the acknowledgement that it is not just the joining of one couple, but also the joining of each of your families and friends.

We also offer “Gazebo Weddings” and a “Minister-To-Go” option.

Feel free to browse our website and join us on Facebook. You will be delighted by how hard we work to make sure your day is enjoyed by YOU! We are on call everyday from 10 am - 8 pm and available at the chapel by appointment only. Congratulations on your engagement! All of us here at Dells Bells Wedding Chapel are already looking forward to your special day!


From I90/94
Take Exit 87 and go East until you cross the bridge. Take your first right onto La Crosse Street and we are in the first block on your left.

From Hwys 13, 16 or 23
Come through downtown Wisconsin Dells and make a left on Eddy Street and we are on the end of the first block.

Convention Overview
Located in historic downtown Wisconsin Dells, Dells Bells Wedding Chapel is The Official Best Wedding Chapel in Wisconsin. While offering elegant and affordable Weddings, Renewal of Vows, and Commitment Ceremonies, we have hosted thousands of fun couples just like you. You will enjoy our beautiful chapel, professional staff and stress free atmosphere. We also offer a separate Gazebo locale and a "Minister-To-Go" option.
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    2012-06-18My husband and I did a renewal this year on our anniversary and we have to say the Chapel was more beautiful than we ever imagined. The Minister was so friendly and caring. Tara was amazing to work with, assisting us with all our needs and desires. I would highly recommend this to all future Brides and Grooms looking for a small intimate place to get married or renew their love and vows to one another. Dawn and Dennis
    -DawnFond du Lac,Wisconsin
    2011-09-10Our wedding was perfect!!!! There is nothing we would change! Getting married at the Dells Bells was wonderful! We were blown away with all that we got for a fraction of what it would have cost us to have a traditional wedding. It was nice to get married with just the two of us...there was no one but Brian for me to look at as I went down the aisle and that was wonderful. We have enjoyed sharing our dvd with our family and friends and feel like they still have been able to enjoy our ceremony. The ceremony content was so amazing!The message in Jerry's word for our marriage was well said and the whole experience including photography, dvd, flowers, candle lighting ceremony and music were best of class!!! Thank you to Tara & Jerry for making our wedding day so wonderful!!!
    2011-06-02Our day was perfect thanks to the Dells Bells Wedding Chapel.....

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    Destination Wedding? Destination: Wisconsin Dells2010-04-01Tying the Knot? Vow to have fun with a Wisconsin Dells destination wedding.Read More
    Destination Wedding? Destination: Wisconsin Dells

    What would you consider the essential makings for a dreamy destination wedding?  Water.  Hotels with panache. Experienced wedding planners. Banquet rooms with modern amenities.  Restaurants and attractions with plenty of personality.  Fun activities to keep everyone happy as a clam.  Guess what?  Seems the Dells is delivering on that list to the tune of 600+ destination weddings per year and growing.

    Before there were destination weddings in the Dells, there was the destination, "The Waterpark Capital of the World!"  The waterpark resorts here are known the world over for their fabulous indoor and outdoor water playlands just overflowing with extreme slides and water roller coasters.  With all that fabulous fun just waiting to be experienced, the waterpark resorts started doing a bang-up business with birthdays.  And family reunions.  And anniversaries.  There was a certain inevitability that couples would soon be scoping out the community for weddings. 

    Dells business owners responded by tapping into their romantic sides.  Facilities for wedding ceremonies and receptions were built.  Local caterers expanded their menus.  Even the famous amphibious tour vehicles known as "Ducks" got into the act, shuttling wedding parties around town.

    The Dells has spas for pampering the bridal party.  Golf courses for couples outings.  Restaurants from casual to chic for rehearsal dinners.

    For a pretty ceremony setting, there's Coldwater Canyon Pavilion on the Wisconsin River.  Bride, groom and guests are transported to this location by a tour boat and, after the ceremony, can enjoy the views with a candlelight dinner.  There's also White Rose Inns, with its pretty little wedding venue providing panoramic views of the river.  For a taste of Vegas, you can't beat the Dells Bells Wedding Chapel right downtown.  Local churches are also delighted to host happy couples.

    The list of Wisconsin wedding venues in the Dells is filled with great options and, along with the large and mid-range Wisconsin Dells hotels, includes shoreline cabin resorts on Lake Delton and the Wisconsin River, many of which have a nicely established wedding business.  Don't forget golf course club houses and local parks either.

    Should the wedding couple choose to steal away on the night of the wedding for a "mini-moon" - the mini-honeymoon before the big trip - they might want to stay in a private golf course villa or a condominium on Lake Delton.  An especially intriguing option would be to book the Seth Peterson Cottage on Mirror Lake, a Frank Lloyd Wright-designed gem that's been fully restored.

    One last tip: The best spot to have your Dells wedding photos taken is along the RiverWalk in Downtown Wisconsin Dells with views to the majestic bluffs and meandering Wisconsin River.  After all, Wisconsin Dells is also known for its "woods and water and rocks" scenic beauty and has been for generations. On the other hand, if you're more the carefree type, maybe a photo taken at the bottom of a waterslide would be the picture-perfect cover for your wedding album.  No question, it would be memorable.

    Thinking of taking "the plunge" in Wisconsin Dells?  Contact the Visitor Bureau's group sales staff at (800) 223-3557 for information on destination Wisconsin weddings.


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    Destination Wedding2011-08-01What better location than Wisconsin Dells for your destination wedding.Read More
    Destination Wedding

    Here Comes the Bride

    You could feel the waves of nervous energy in the room, and we do mean feel. Bridesmaids were fussing with their hair. The little flower girls were admiring themselves as they twirled in front of the large mirror. The mother of the bride was sorting through the corsages and boutonnieres.  And the bride was relishing this special moment that would be the prelude to her promenade down the aisle. In just a few moments, Sarah Eberle of Wisconsin would wed Sean Sweeney, a Wisconsin transplant from Phoenix, in front of family and friends who had come in from all over the country to be part of the happy occasion.

    While a one-of-a-kind moment for the wedding couple, this is the kind of scene that plays out hundreds of times a year. Glacier Canyon Lodge, part of the Wilderness Hotel & Golf Resort vacation compound, and the other special event venues in the Dells. The destination wedding business at the Wilderness Resort is a thing of beauty for brides and grooms, thanks to a picture-perfect setting for outside ceremonies (adjacent to their championship golf course) and a ballroom tailor-made for sit-down dining, wedding toasts, cutting the cake and dancing the first dance.

    The Wisconsin Dells resort's wedding event planner Jennifer Akers, who met us at the entrance to the ballroom, was a consummate pro at exuding calm while taking care of details before the bride even realized there were details that needed addressing. Jennifer was outside straightening the white chairs along the grassy aisle, then back inside making sure the table centerpieces were just so.

    The ceremony was lovely - the mother of the groom even sang - and under warm blue skies Sarah and Sean exchanged their "I do's." Then the bridal party was whisked away for photos at a scenic little spot on the shores of Lake Delton. The reception followed and it was just as nice as the ceremony. Guests danced until the last song played. 

    We caught up with newlywed Sarah upon her return from their honeymoon. It was fun to hear her reminisce about her big day.

    Q. How did you come to choose the Dells for your wedding?

    We looked at some other locations, but nothing compared to all the amenities here. We wanted it to be fun for our guests, especially with so many coming from out of town. In our bridal party alone we had people from Pennsylvania, Kansas City, Phoenix, Dallas and Milwaukee! It was my husband's good idea.

    Q. Have you vacationed in the Dells before?

    Yes, my family vacationed in the Dells, taking in the waterparks and Lake Delton. It is so much different from when we were little, but there's still Noah's Ark Waterpark and the Tommy Bartlett Show. The hotels are so nice.

    Q. Do you think you received more RSVPs because it was held in the Dells?

    We were worried that so many close friends would not come this far and were really impressed by the number that came and spent the weekend in Wisconsin Dells. Some went camping, many stayed at the hotel. Many made a weekend out of it. We had lunch with friends on Friday. Sean golfed with the dads and his friends at Wild Rock Golf Club. It gave us more time with people, especially since the wedding day flies by.

    Q. What did your guests enjoy most while in the Dells, aside from the wedding of course?

    People had so much fun at the waterparks, especially the families with little children. One friend from Phoenix came with three little boys - four-year-old twins and a two-year old - and they keep asking when they can come back to the Dells. We went to Monk's Bar & Grill at the Wilderness restaurant next to the resort for their dueling pianos show - my parents got up on stage, Sean's grandparents too, as both were celebrating anniversaries.

    Q. Did you and Sean get to enjoy the Wisconsin Dells waterparks?

    We did!  We got to the resort on Thursday and spent all afternoon at the waterparks and then were back again all day Friday with our nieces and nephews. We even went again on Sunday and rented a poolside cabana. We had a blast! Everything was so well planned we had free time to enjoy the weekend.

    Q. Anything you'd change?  Any tips for other brides choosing Wisconsin Dells?

    Honestly, I can't think of a single thing I'd change. It went so smoothly. Jennifer was amazing and worked so hard. We had a little hesitation planning a wedding in another city and she was so responsive and made all the planning a walk in the park. One thing I would recommend to other brides is to not over plan - people will have a good time because there is so much to do in the area.

    Q. What was your best memory of the day?

    Walking down the aisle with my dad and seeing Sean at the altar. It was perfect and beautiful. That's the snapshot in my memory.

    If you're a bride-to-be and interested in Wisconsin Dells for a destination wedding, click here to view our section that covers weddings in Wisconsin Dells.


    Wonderful Wedding Locales

    Brides and grooms have lots of choices for their wedding ceremony and reception in Wisconsin Dells. Along with Glacier Canyon Lodge, here are some lovely locales to consider:

    Dells Bells Wedding Chapel - Every package here includes the minister. The chapel seats 42 and is dressed in pew bows and altar arrangements.  Had your heart set on something outside? Rent their gazebo by the hour.

    Spring Brook Vacation Rentals - This Wisconsin Dells vacation home community offers a choice of either their indoor banquet room with all the amenities or their exceptionally pretty white tent. Use their retreat center the next day to open gifts.

    White Rose Inns - The most popular wedding setting here is the River View Wedding Chapel and Banquet Hall and it's easy to see why, what with its spectacular view of the Wisconsin River. This venue seats 100. The wedding party also has the option of renting one, two or all three of their B&B houses.

    Wintergreen Resort & Conference Center - If you'd like a fairy tale wedding, try the Wintergreen with its romantic Victorian decor and sparkling crystal chandeliers.

    Trappers Turn Golf Club - The clubhouse here seats 250 and there's seating for an additional 70 guests on the veranda overlooking Mystic Lake.

    Chula Vista Resort - This Wisconsin Dells resort's location overlooking the scenic Upper Dells of the Wisconsin River is a big draw for those planning the big day. You can have your ceremony inside one of their grand ballrooms or right on the beautifully manicured grounds of their golf course in a new reception tent that holds 300.

    Cold Water Canyon Pavilion - The wedding party and their guests will take a private chartered boat to this location on the east bank of the Wisconsin River. The ceremony will take place in a wonderful stone building, with the reception right there as well. Check with Dells Boat Tours®;to book this pretty little pavilion.

    In the Dells, brides will also find photographers, florists, cake bakers and limousine services.  You might call weddings and Wisconsin Dells a match made in heaven.



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    Your Head Will Be Spinning When You Find Out Everything New for Wisconsin Dells in 20132013-03-12Without fail you can expect someone in Wisconsin Dells to unveil a one-of-a-kind, world’s only, country’s biggest, well, you get the picture, attraction at the start of the year. Welcome to 2013 and news that will make your head spin with anticipation of your next trip to “The Waterpark Capital of the World!®”. In other words, they’ve done it again!Read More
    Your Head Will Be Spinning When You Find Out Everything New for Wisconsin Dells in 2013
    Without fail you can expect someone in Wisconsin Dells to unveil a one-of-a-kind, world’s only, country’s biggest, well, you get the picture, attraction at the start of the year. Welcome to 2013 and news from the local Visitor & Convention Bureau that will make your head spin with anticipation of your next trip to “The Waterpark Capital of the World!®”. In other words, they’ve done it again.    
    World’s First Looping Wooden Roller Coaster at Mt. Olympus
    As if a roller coaster that plunged riders underground into complete darkness wasn’t enough excitement for one ride, Mt. Olympus Water & Theme Parks has now converted its wildly popular Hades roller coaster into a 360 degree ride. Hades 360° is being billed as the world’s first upside-down wooden roller coaster, so hold on to your hats, scratch that, ditch your hats and hold on for the ride of your life.
    Surf’s Up at Noah’s Ark Waterpark
    Noah’s Ark Waterpark, the country’s largest outdoor waterpark, has just about every style of water slide and ride on the planet, and now they’re adding the perfect wave, as in their new Surfing Safari surf machine which churns 36,000 gallons of water under you, curling an ocean-worthy surf.  Exhilarating, awesome, righteous, yes, they all apply. 
    Wilderness Resort Adds a Sprayground
    Last year, the Wilderness Hotel & Golf Resort catered to teenagers and dare devils with the addition of the Lunar Loop and Cosmic Drop plunge slides.  In 2013, they’re focusing on their younger guests with the new zero-depth Bear Foot Island Sprayground, located in the New Frontier Outdoor Waterpark. This northwoods-themed area will include spraying fountains, exploding ground geysers, shooting water jets, a giant drenching bull frog loop and a silly spraying water bug. Seating will surround Bear Foot Island, making it an ideal spot for parents with young children to spend a warm summer day.
    Kalahari Resort First in State with Swim-Up Bar
    Kalahari Resort Waterpark takes a cue from the popular tropical tradition of swim-up bars with its new Mud Hut, a 1,000 square foot indoor/outdoor hot tub and swim-up bar, the first of its kind in the state. There’s also a family-friendly version of the same with capacity for 100. On dry land, Kalahari’s indoor theme park has new rides and interactive adventures including a laser maze, 5-D theater, and the state’s first “Sky Tykes” ropes course for toddlers.
    Futuristic FlyBoard for the Tommy Bartlett Show
    This summer the Tommy Bartlett Show debuts the FlyBoard, a high-tech, high-octane invention you’d expect to see in a superhero flick or James Bond movie. This water jet pack, tethered to a jet ski which serves as its power source, sends the operator hovering high above the water, providing a perfect position for mid-air twists and flips and stunning dolphin-like dives into the water.  As you can imagine, ski team members are clamoring for a chance to give this futuristic device a try.
    Roll with It at Lumberjack Show
    Paul Bunyan’s Cook Shanty has long been known for its tasty family-style spread of food and impossible-to-resist sugar donuts. Starting this May, they’ll also be known for an authentic lumberjack show. The Dells Lumberjack Show, staged adjacent to the restaurant and with seating for 600, will feature 11 different events including log rolling and pole climbing, with both professional and collegiate athletes competing. There will be some audience participation as well. Daily shows are planned for 4:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. beginning mid-May and running through October. 
    It’s All an Illusion
    Master illusionist Rick Wilcox brings two new killer (figuratively speaking, of course) illusions to his eponymous theater, one a “first of its kind in the world” in which he cuts his wife into nine pieces using a Steampunk-inspired contraption specifically created for Wilcox. His other new illusion should have audience members raising their hands with suggestions, as Wilcox will make a member of the audience disappear. According to Wilcox, the process to perfect these high-level illusions, which are carefully timed and choreographed to original music, has taken upwards of three years.
    The magical illusions theme extends to Circus World Museum in nearby Baraboo as well, where they have a new “Theatre of Illusion” with twice-daily shows packed with comedy, magic and grand illusions featuring Tristan Crist.
    Animals + Historic Train at Timbavati
    Timbavati Wildlife Park, with its stunning exterior of wildlife murals and towering waterfalls upon entering, offers up-close encounters and interaction with giraffe, zebra, kangaroo, ostrich, leopard, white tiger, impala, lion, camel, antelope, tortoises and more. The petting zoo with exotic baby animals is a popular stop at the park too. Baby-boomers visiting with grandkids will want to take a train ride while there – it’s the vintage train rescued from the old Fort Dells attraction, Old Engine #9.
    Steady As You Go at Knuckleheads
    The adage “don’t look down” doesn’t hold up when referring to the new ropes course at Knuckleheads Bowling & Indoor Amusement Park. In fact, you’ll want to look down, as this 21-element course is suspended over the center’s go-kart track.   The ropes challenges range from easy to tight-rope-like, with both kids and adults fully harnessed from start to finish.
    Still Lost on Lost Voyage
    The Lost Voyage nighttime boat adventure on the Wisconsin River that includes an eerie hike back into Cold Water Canyon ushers in a new chapter in the ongoing mystery of what happened to the tour boat Badger that purportedly vanished years ago, with chapter two dubbed “Buried Secrets.” Lost Voyage runs nightly May 24 through Labor Day.
    Favorite Brews and Brandy
    Moosejaw Pizza & Dells Brewing Co. is now bottling its two most popular ales – Rustic Red and Honey Ale. You can pick up six-packs at the restaurant. There’s a new microbrewery in town too – the family-owned Port Huron Brewing Company. Go for a tasting in their Engine House Tap Room outfitted with a 24-foot-long handmade bar top, then purchase your favorites to enjoy at home.
    Wollersheim Winery is releasing its first 100% Wisconsin brandy. This “all Wisconsin” spirit is made from estate-grown grapes, distilled in a copper pot and aged for two years in Wisconsin oak barrels right at the winery. Brandy old fashioned, anyone?
    If you’re looking for some cheese to go with your beverage, check out the renovation and addition at Market Square Cheese where the grand opening featured a 600-pound wheel of cheese.
    Have Fun with Your Food
    Alamo Smokehouse opens mid-March in downtown Dells at the bridge. The décor at this one-and-only restaurant is a cross between Alamo-inspired and contemporary rustic Western, with the menu a mix of BBQ and Tex Mex. All the recipes here are original and they’re smoking all the meat on premise – talk about “aroma marketing.” Signature dishes include smoky roasted corn chowder and BBQ brisket pizza and, for dessert, a special treat made by a local chocolatier comprised of layers of chocolate and caramel topped with a sprinkling of smoked sea salt. The restaurant has seating for 400 and is open seven days a week.
    The delivery of food by miniature toy trains proved so popular at Buffalo Phil’s Pizza & Grille that they’ve added more trains and tracks. 
    Dynasty Chinese Restaurant & Lounge opened next door to the Tommy Bartlett Exploratory. Here you can choose from an extensive menu that includes a buffet, house specials and family dinner options, plus fortune cookies of course.    
    Every Day’s a Picnic
    Yogi Bear™ Camp-Resort & Water Playground is bringing a 1950’s classic cartoon to life with a daily re-creation of Ranger Smith chasing Yogi Bear around the resort stealing campers ‘pic-a-nic’ baskets. Guests there will also have the opportunity to pan for “gold” at the new Old Faceful Mining Company.
    Bunk Overnight in an Airstream or a Caboose
    Ever imagine what it would be like to spend the night in one of those iconic Airstream travel trailers? Now you can give it a try at Bowman’s Oak Hill Bed & Breakfast, where they’ve completely restored a 1973 Argosy travel trailer, complete with large deck and draped outdoor cabana with side-by-side antique claw-foot soaking tubs. 
    Parkway Motel, located a few blocks off the main downtown avenue, is converting a retired Soo Line train caboose into a hotel room. It’s a fitting addition to the property which also includes the Rail Dog eatery which serves Chicago Vienna hot dogs out of a, you guessed it, converted caboose.
    Stand Up Paddleboarding in the Dells
    The hottest watersport on the coasts, stand up paddleboarding (SUP for short), comes to Wisconsin Dells courtesy of Dells Watersports: Full Service Marina & Boat Rentals with lessons and tours offered by the outfitter on both Mirror Lake and Lake Delton. They’ve also stocked up on kayaks made specifically for kids 110 pounds and under. If you want to SUP on the Wisconsin River, Holiday Shores Watersports is now offering board rentals too.
    Get Pretty, Get Married
    Spa Del Sol and Pink Nail Bar at Chula Vista Resort has bridal party written all over it. Enjoy food and a favorite cocktail while getting fingernails and toenails buffed and polished. 

    If you’re looking for a one-of-a-kind place for the wedding ceremony, the photo opps are endless at the Dells Bells Wedding Chapel where they’ve added a steeple, bell tower (couples ring the bell on their way to their new life together) and Las Vegas sign replica.

    If you don’t care to drive after the “I do’s” then reserve the 25-passenger party shuttle from Wisconsin Dells Kangaroo Taxi.
    If you aren't getting married, but still want to pamper yourself, St. Clare Healthy Living Center offers medically based wellness therapies like aromatherapy, Reiki and craniosacral therapy plus non-invasive body contouring and medical hypnosis.
    Turn at the Temple
    The freestanding Lost Temple attraction looks like a Mayan temple, making it hard to miss. Inside, you’ll go in search of the Golden Skull, with surprises and illusions aplenty. 
    News from Down on the Farm
    Country Bumpkin Farm Market has added a petting zoo and a new play village where kids can ride pedal tractors and play in a miniature house and church. Their Express Train Ride offers a 30-minute ride around their 30 acres. In the fall, pick your own pumpkins and try out the melon launching catapult.
    Another agri-tourism attraction, this one new to the area, is DiMarti Family Farms, with corn maze, barnyard petting zoo, corn slingshots and pumpkin patch.
    Happy Anniversary
    Finally, happy anniversary to the International Crane Foundation which turns 40 this year, Capone's Original Old Time Picture Studio also celebrating 40 years and the Mid-Continent Railway Museum which turns 50 this year. Sundara Inn & Spa celebrates its 10th anniversary with the opening of its conversation-free Tranquility Garden patio adjacent to the heated outdoor infinity pool. 

    Fans of Wisconsin Dells will find everything they need to plan their trip, including listings of waterparks, attractions, restaurants, shops, campgrounds, hotels and resorts and more, by logging on to the official tourism web site for the area, The toll-free number for the Wisconsin Dells Visitor & Convention Bureau is (800) 223-3557.


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    Time To Pop The Question2015-02-05<p> When we say it&rsquo;s time to pop the question, we don&rsquo;t exactly mean &ldquo;that question,&rdquo; although it could be. We&rsquo;re talking about asking the one you love if they&rsquo;d like to go to Wisconsin Dells as their Valentine&rsquo;s gift.</p> Read More
    Time To Pop The Question








    When we say it’s time to pop the question, we don’t exactly mean “that question,” although it could be. We’re talking about asking the one you love if they’d like to go to Wisconsin Dells as their Valentine’s gift. We know, we know, it’s not Paris, but the Dells does have a certain je ne sais quoi that is really quite charming.

    Still not buying this whole Wisconsin Dells/love connection thing? TripAdvisor just posted their list of “16 Romantic Destinations with Vacation Rentals” and Wisconsin Dells is on the list. While TripAdvisor duly noted that the Dells inclusion might come as a surprise to some, they rightly pointed out that the area known for family vacationers can be fun for couples too. Thank you TripAdvisor!

    We’re so in love with this couples escape idea that we quickly put together this list of 10 twosome-tailored offerings.

    1. Reserve a suite or private villa at Sundara Inn & Spa, consistently voted “Top 10 Best for Romance” by the readers of Try a Spa Together treatment while you’re there.
    2. Bask in the natural beauty of the area with a zipline tour or a snowshoe trek.
    3. Indulge in Valentine’s truffles, caramels or candy apples from Swiss Maid Fudge. Their Valentine Fudge would be a super sweet treat too – it’s made with creamy milk chocolate and embellished with mini candy hearts.
    4. Book passage on the Mid-Continent Railway Museum’s Snow Train during Valentine’s weekend. This is their 40th year offering this winter wonderland tour aboard restored railcars that date back to the early 1900s.
    5. Toast to your love with a wine tasting at Fawn Creek Winery or Wollersheim Winery.
    6. Plan a romantic dinner for two at an area supper club or steakhouse such as Del-BarHouse of EmbersKaminski’s Chop House at Chula Vista ResortField’s at the Wilderness or Double Cut Charcoal Grill/Liquor Bar.
    7. Stay a second night, this time at a waterpark resort. Rent a private cabana at their waterpark so you can play in style. If you’re a competitive type of couple, test your skills at one of the area’s indoor go-kart tracks or with some laser tag.
    8. Pick out a pretty piece of jewelry at Alpha Beta Karma.
    9. Catch a Vegas-worthy show at Rick Wilcox Magic Theater.
    10. Take any earnings you make playing your favorite casino games at Ho-Chunk Gaming, Wisconsin Dells and put them toward your next visit.

    One final tip: If you are planning to pop “that question,” consider Dells Bells Wedding Chapel for the wedding venue. Thousands of couples have tied the knot there!

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