Plenty Of Fun For La Crosse Wisconsin Travelers

And if you live in the area, here are some areas you may have forgotten.

         

  • La Crosse Loggers Baseball 
  • Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe 
  • Riverside Amusement Park 
  • Grandad Bluffs
  • The Myrick Hixon EcoPark 
  • Hixon House
  • Children’s Museum of La Crosse 
  • Pump House Regional Arts Center 
  • Riverside Museum
  • University of Wisconsin La Crosse 
  • The Chapels of Saint Rose
  • City Brewery
  • Mt. La Crosse Ski Area 
  • Marie W. Heider Center for the Arts – West Salem

 

Some of the Activities in La Crosse Wisconsin

Myrick Park offering Kid’s Coulee- a child’s play land dream
The Myrick Hixon EcoPark education building
Many Parks and beautiful water front walking trails.
Grandad’s Bluff – overlooks three states
St. Rose Convent Chapels – 1906 Romanesque Chapels
Pettibone Park and Beach (across the river from Riverside Park)
Variety of other activities available in the area

Special Events

Riverfest
Rotary Lights Display Day after Thanksgiving- December 31
Delta Queen Steamboat Co. has many visits every year.
Oktoberfest
Irishfest

Some activities special to Historic Downtown La Crosse
Over 70 Specialty shops
*Variety of nightly entertainment including comedy, live bands, dancing, movies, and quiet atmospheres with ambiance
*Antiques and collectibles
*Personal Care Services (massages, salons, tanning, manicures)
*Several financial institutions
*Many ATM machines

Over 25 eating establishments to tempt your taste buds

Several art galleries

Five museums/ historic sites
*Gertrude Salzer Children’s Museum of La Crosse
*Pump House (Regional Arts Center)
*Riverside USA Museum (History on La Crosse and the Mississippi River)
*Swarthout Museum (Historic exhibits change on a regular basis)
*Hixon House (1859 Victorian House)
*Downtown Commercial Historic District-Listed on the National Register of Historic Places (Self Guided walking tour)

Variety of entertainment

Riverside Park along the confluence’s of three rivers
(Mississippi River, Black River and the La Crosse River)
Paddleboat & Steamboat cruises (seasonal)
Access to State Recreational Bike Trail
Public art and sculptures
La Crosse Civic and Convention Center
Farmers Market (seasonal)
Jazz in the Park (seasonal)
Music in the Park (seasonal)
Over 96 building contribute to the character of Historic Downtown La Crosse.  Downtown employs over 8,000 people.
*Riverwalk overlooking the Mississippi River (Riverside Park)
*State Bike/Walking/ Jogging trail
*Steamboat and Paddleboat cruises (seasonal)
*Fishing on the Mississippi River