What to Do in Cedarburg WI
Cedar Creek Settlement
N70 W6340 Bridge Rd.
Twenty-five shops, galleries and a working winery are located on the banks of Cedar Creek in this restored 1864 woolen mill, one of over 200 Cedarburg buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Open daily.
Cedar Creek Winery
N70 W6340 Bridge Rd.
One of America’s most noted small regional wineries is located in Cedar Creek Settlement. Taste and enjoy award-winning wines, from delicate whites to robust reds, plus a variety of special, seasonal vintages. Guided tours offered throughout the day. Open daily.
Cedarburg Art Museum
W63 N675 Washington Ave.
Architectural 1898 gem offering changing exhibitions, classes and winning Plein Air paintings. Beer garden open during summer and fall. Open Wednesday through Sunday.
Cedarburg Covered Bridge
1700 Cedar Creek Rd.
One of the last wooden covered bridges in Wisconsin, located just north of Cedarburg in Covered Bridge Park. Great photo op, as well as a wonderful choice to picnic, fish and launch a canoe.
Cedarburg History Museum
N58W6194 Columbia Rd.
Cedarburg’s newest treasure features the Port Washington State Bank General Store, the Edward Rappold/Harold Dobberpuhl Historic Photo Collection, the Judy Jepson Collection and a variety of changing exhibits throughout the year. The Museum is also home to the Cedarburg Visitor Center and the Cedarburg Chamber of Commerce.
Cedarburg Public Library
W63 N589 Hanover Ave.
The spacious 25,500-square-foot library is home to approximately 72,000 items, including book, audio books, CDs, DVDs, magazines and newspapers. Study rooms and a community room are available by reservation.
Cedarburg Woolen Mill & Textile Museum
W62 N580 Washington Ave.
Working textile museum with custom wool picking and carding on original 1860 machinery. Open by chance, or for appointments, call (414) 313-8765.
The Fermentorium Brewery & Tasting Room
7481 Hwy. 60
A craft brewery, complete with a 2500-square-foot tasting room. The microbrewery serves a wide variety of beers, from traditional to experimental.
W62 N590 Washington Ave.
New in 2019, Handen Distillery brings you the Spirit of Cedarburg! Featuring vodka, gin and whiskey distilled in Cedarburg, plus guided tours and cocktails, Handen is a must-stop for visitors.
An 1840s community located along the Green Bay Ethnic Trail, Hamilton is a state historical site and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Kuhefuss House Museum
W63 N627 Washington Ave.
This Greek-revival home, one of the oldest residences in Cedarburg, features memorabilia and photographs from the families that lived in the home from 1847 to 1989. Seasonal Programming and Guided Tours by appointment.
Ozaukee Art Center
W62 N718-730 Riveredge Dr.
A fine arts complex in one of Wisconsin’s oldest breweries, featuring exhibitions and workshops by national and international artists, as well as the work and sculpture of Paul J. Yank.
Ozaukee County Historical Society
Historic Interurban Depot
N57 W6406 Center St.
Interested in genealogy? Visitors will find a treasure trove of information, including detailed archives, census records, maps and photographs. Open Tuesdays, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., and the second and fourth Monday, 5 to 8 p.m.
Ozaukee Interurban Trail
Connecting historic downtowns with beautiful, natural landscapes, 30 miles of paved trail span the entire length of Ozaukee County.
The trail was designed for use by bicyclists, hikers, joggers and cross-country skiers, and is also designated as a Wisconsin Birding and Nature Trail.
N57 W6172 Portland Rd.
Located in the lower level of the historic 1855 Grist Mill, Rebellion Brewing features its own beers, plus microbrews and imports. Beer garden overlooks Cedar Creek.
W62 N567 Washington Ave.
The Rivoli Theater is the last remaining single-screen theater in Ozaukee County, and is staffed entirely by volunteers from the community. Admission ranges from $2 to $3.50.
Wisconsin Museum of Quilts & Fiber Arts
N50 W5050 Portland Rd.
The Wisconsin Museum of Quilts & Fiber Arts is located on an 1850s farmstead, just east of downtown Cedarburg. The museum offers world-class exhibits, classes and events dedicated to the creation, education and preservation of the time-honored fiber arts traditions.