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Potosi, Wisconsin is located on the banks of the Mississippi River. Bluffs, hills, and wildlife will make your stay in a Potosi cabin an authentic Wisconsin adventure. This mid-western town has charm and plenty of activities for all types of visitors. While staying in your Potosi cabin, be sure to venture into downtown Potosi and visit local museums, eateries, and attractions. Coffee shops, dining, shopping, and museums can be found in Potosi’s historical downtown.
Don’t miss out on the Potosi Brewery and National Brewery Museum. Take a tour of Potosi Brewery and enjoy the tasting room/restaurant. Before your leave Potosi Brewery explore the National Brewery Museum located inside this historic building. The Potosi Brewery is also home to the World’s Largest Cone Top Beer Can! The lower level of this huge beer can opens into a bar for the Brewery’s many events. Check out their website for live music and events during your cabin stay. If wine is more your palette, be sure to stop by the Whispering Bluffs Winery.
Before heading back to relax at your Potosi cabin, get a taste of the art and history in downtown Potosi. Visit the Great River Road Museum of Contemporary Art for stunning, unique art exhibits. Explore the Passage Thru Time Museum to discover 19th century Wisconsin life.
If you’re looking to combine a love for history and the outdoors, head through downtown to visit St. John Mine and the Badger Hut Trail. St. John Mine is a cave mined during the “Lead Rush.” Tours of the mine are available daily. The Badger Hut Trail winds through the woodlands and occasionally opens up for hikers to view the Mississippi River.
It wouldn’t truly be a Wisconsin cabin stay without spending time on the river. Tube the Mississippi River with Grant River Tubin Co. Or post up for the day on a beach. Afterward, squeeze in a round of golf at one of the many golf courses in the area.
While staying in Potosi, be sure to take the scenic 19-mile drive to Cassville, WI. Cassville is a common stop for bald eagles during their migration and is considered the best place in the midwest to view them. Take the short ferry ride across the Mississippi River to explore the riverside towns in Iowa.
• Dine and shop in downtown Potosi
• Potosi Brewery
• National Brewery Museum
• Whispering Bluffs Winery
• St. John Mine
• Tube the Mississippi
• Visit Cassville
• Badger Hut Trail
• Passage Thru Time Museum
• Great River Road Museum of Contemporary Art
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