WISCONSIN HISTORICAL SOCIETY
The front of the Visitor Center at the Wade House historical site.

Plan Your Visit


PLAN YOUR VISIT

Set upon 240 rolling acres within the northern reaches of the Kettle Moraine State Forest, the site celebrates the world of plank road stagecoach travel, horse-drawn transportation, and mid-19th century settlement and town building.

TICKETS & HOURS

TICKETS

May 25, 2019 – Oct. 31, 2019

General Admission: $15
Senior (65+): $13
Child (5-12): $7.50
Child (4 & under): Free

Wisconsin Historical Society Members: Free

Nov. 1, 2019 – April 30, 2020

General Admission: $7
Senior (65+): $5
Child (5-12): $3.50
Child (4 & under): Free

Wisconsin Historical Society Members: Free

CURRENT HOURS

Nov. 1, 2019 – April 30, 2020

Saturday – Sunday: Wesley W. Jung Carriage Museum open from 11 am-5 pm*

Monday – Friday: Closed

*Closed Dec. 28-29, Jan. 4-5

PARKING & DIRECTIONS

PARKING

Wade House Historic Site is located just off Highway 23, halfway between Sheboygan and Fond du Lac. On-site vehicle parking is available for free at Wade House.

MUSEUM STORE & AMENITIES

Museum Store

Choose a special, unique gift as a souvenir during your visit to Wade House.

Some of the products available at the Wade House gift store

Attractions

For more information on restaurants, hotels and other attractions near Wade House, visit Travel Wisconsin.

Some of the stores and nearby attractions

ACCESSIBILITY & SAFETY

Wade House is located on 240 acres near the Northern Unit of the Kettle Moraine State Forest. Many pathways are level but somewhat rugged.
Due to the scale used in our historic buildings, access to the Wade House Inn and Herling Sawmill is somewhat limited. Reasonable accommodations can be made for individuals requiring mobility assistance. For more information regarding access to site buildings, grounds and programs please contact Wade House at 920-526-3271.

While no pets are allowed on the museum grounds, service animals are permitted for persons with disabilities in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.