July 2015 - Washington House Inn

Cedarburg Grist Mill – Register of Historical Places

Listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places since 1961, the Grist Mill on Columbia Road has dominated the Cedarburg landscape from almost the beginning of this city‘s history. Built overlooking Cedar Creek in 1855 by Friederich Hilgen and Wilhelm (William) Schroeder, the massive five-story stone mill replaced a log structure erected in 1844.…

Cedarburg Farmers Market – Summer Getaway in Wisconsin

Any Friday between 9am and 2pm, watch for the locals with recyclable bags in hand–chances are they’re heading to the Cedarburg Farmers Market which, this year, opened in a new location behind the Cultural Center. After you leave the Inn, go south on Washington Avenue, make a left on Mill Street and you’re there. You…

Hefner’s Frozen Custard – Summer Treat in Wisconsin

On a warm summer’s evening, guests staying at the Washington House Inn sometimes enjoy a leisurely stroll through the streets of Cedarburg. They admire the limestone and cream city brick buildings that make up much of the architecture throughout the city, and they marvel at the meticulously kept flower gardens surrounding the homes. For those who…