Cedarburg, Wisconsin

Classic “small town” Wisconsin can be found in Cedarburg, about 30 minutes north of downtown Milwaukee.

The main street, Washington Avenue, is lined with restaurants and shops, from antique stores to boutiques to art galleries.

My mom and her boyfriend were visiting from Indiana. They like antiquing and wine tasting, so Cedarburg was a good match. Bret and I drove them over to Cedarburg on a rainy November Saturday.

Not letting the rain deter us, we toured around the restored woolen mill, now filled with shops, went wine tasting at Cedar Creek Winery, and had lunch at Anvil Pub & Grille.

Cedarburg is a nice daytrip from Milwaukee, Madison, or the Chicago area.

Here are some photos:

2 Comments on “Cedarburg, Wisconsin

  1. I LOVE Wisconsin ❤
    I have only been to Evansville, Janesville, Madison and Green Bay though. But it such a special place and I adore visiting when I can. :]


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