Wade House Historic Site

Wade House Historic Site


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Set upon 240 rolling acres within the Kettle Moraine State Forest, the site celebrates the world of plank road stagecoach travel, horse-drawn transportation and mid-19th century settlement. Visitors begin their visit in the site’s NEW Visitor Center and Wesley W. Jung Carriage Museum, exploring orientation exhibits and Wisconsin’s largest collection of carriages, wagons and sleighs. Following a horse-drawn wagon ride to the site’s historic core area, visitors will join costumed guides for a tour of the 27-room stagecoach hotel, built in 1850, and see demonstrations in the working blacksmith shop and the water powered sawmill.


The Stagecoach arrives at Wade House
Wade House in Winter.  Picture Perfect.
The Omnibus Departs the Visitor Center
The Wesley W. Jung Carriage Museum
President Lincoln inspects the troops on Civil War Weekend
An autumn afternoon at Wade House
Wedding on the South Lawn
Pumpkin carving
The new Visitor Center and Wesley W. Jung Museum
Wedding on the Back Patio
Wedding in the Meadow

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