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First Fridays Music Series :: Cedarburg Cultural Center

The shorter evenings of fall usher in a variety of delights – the leaves on the trees take on vivid autumnal hues of red, orange and gold; the Green Bay Packers rev up Wisconsin fans to new heights of anticipation; and the 2015-2016 First Fridays music series returns to the Cedarburg Cultural Center (CCC), ready…

2015 PGA Championship :: Whistling Straits in Kohler, Wisconsin

This year’s PGA Championship on Aug. 10-16 will again take place at Whistling Straits in Kohler, a mere 30 minutes north of Cedarburg as the crow flies. Guests staying at the Washington House Inn, local golf enthusiasts and, indeed, anyone who enjoys following the game, are all rubbing their hands in glee at the thought…

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.…

Strawberry Festival – Summer Fun in Cedarburg

If browsing original art, sipping award-winning wine and munching on plump, juicy strawberries are all equally high on your list of favorite summer activities, be sure to plan a visit to Strawberry Festival in downtown Cedarburg on June 27 and 28. Now in its 30th year, the free, family-oriented festival attracts thousands of visitors to…

Summer Sounds – The Beginning of Summer in Cedarburg

As temperatures slowly climb, lawns get lush and green and patio pots start to spill over with an abundance of colorful blooms, it’s seems everyone is eager to spend more time outdoors … and this means it’s time for Summer Sounds! Although some of our guests here at the Inn may not be familiar with Cedarburg’s…

Cedarburg Covered Bridge Park

Once upon a time, more than 40 covered bridges once dotted the Wisconsin countryside. Today the sole survivor is the Cedarburg bridge, once known as the “Red Bridge,” located in Covered Bridge Park three miles north of the City of Cedarburg and 20 miles north of Milwaukee. When guests staying at our Cedarburg boutique hotel…

Bringing History to Life in Wisconsin :: Pioneer Village

For over 45 years members of the Ozaukee County Historical Society (OCHS) have been working hard to keep history alive at Pioneer Village in Saukville, Wisconsin. Just a few miles north of Cedarburg, this unique rural village, nestled amidst the rolling Hawthorne Hills, invites visitors to take a step back in time and experience life…

Pampering in Cedarburg :: Wisconsin Spa & Boutique

Just how did you choose Cedarburg as a destination? We sometimes ask our guests this question as they lounge in comfy chairs in front of the fireplace and enjoy a glass of wine before going out for dinner? “We’re here to get away from it all, to refresh and regroup,“ they reply, “and Cedarburg offers…