Top Things to Do in Cedarburg, WI : Ozaukee Trail & Wine Tasting

Treasures of Oz Eco-Tour – Ozaukee County Event

If the thrill of exploring Ozaukee County’s natural areas and learning of the part each plays in the ecosystem, consider signing up for the annual Treasures of Oz Eco-Tour on Saturday, June 20. Each year, new sites are selected for this popular event, and hosted by scientists and experts in natural fields. It’s a wonderful…

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…

Fishermen’s Paradise :: Port Washington, Lake Michigan

There’s so much to do in and around Cedarburg, but sometimes our guests like to cast their net a little wider and explore the surrounding countryside before coming back to roost at the Washington House Inn. If this is the case, we might suggest turning the car north and following I-43 as far as Port Washington,…

Cedarburg’s Oldest Jewelry Store :: Armbruster Jewelers

Turn left as you leave the Inn, head north on Washington Avenue and it won’t be long before you catch sight of a distinctive sidewalk clock, painted dark green, standing proudly outside a handsome building that houses Cedarburg’s oldest jewelry store. Armbruster Jewelers has been serving this community since 1884 and, unlikely as it may…

Wearable Art Show Weekend :: Cedarburg Fundraiser

As you stroll through Cedarburg during the month of March you may wonder why large pink silken bows adorn the doorways and windows of many of the downtown businesses. This catchy visual is in place to alert the public that one of the premier shows in the Midwest is about to take place in downtown…