Breakfast at the Inn - 6/15/2019

Breakfast at the Inn - 6/15/2019
Breakfast at the Inn - 6/15/2019
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Price: $45.00
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Enjoy a delicious wood stove and hearth-cooked meal, prepared with your own hands, in the Wade House stagecoach hotel. Getting to make and eat your own breakfast the way Americans did in the late 1800's provides a unique perspective on the history of Wisconsin and also a delicious meal!
Follow authentic recipes from 19th-century cookbooks as you chop, stir, season, and prepare the morning meal.  Once breakfast is ready, participants gather family-style in the lovely Wade House dining room for a wonderful sit-down meal with lively conversation. The menu will feature a delectably abundant feast of New England pancakes, eggs and tomatoes, toad-in-the-hole, quick biscuits, fried potatoes, baked apples, apple cider and coffee.

Seating is limited. Advance registration is required. 

Date: Saturday, June 15, 2019
Time: 8:00 am- 11:00 am
Cost: $45.00 (Event ticket includes full site admission)
Location: Wade House. W7965 WI-23, Greenbush, WI 53026

Please call 920-526-3271 or email mary.burkey@wisconsinhistory.org with questions. 

Reasonable accommodations will be made for individuals requiring wheelchairs for mobility.

Please call ahead to make arrangements.  920-526-3271
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Wade House, an 1850s stagecoach inn built to serve traffic along the plank road that connected Fond du Lac and Sheboygan, tells the story of frontier entrepreneur Sylvanus Wade and his family during the Civil War years.

In addition to the inn, the historic site includes the recently reconstructed Herrling sawmill, one of the few working, water-powered sawmills of its kind in the nation. Wade House is also home to the Wesley Jung Carriage Museum, which houses the state's largest collection of antique carriages and working wagons.