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Tavern Night at Wade House

$15.00
Belly up to the bar in Wade House’s historic taproom and enjoy an evening of drinks, live music, and lively conversation!

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Friday, October 8 | 7 - 9 pm

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About the Event

Belly up to the bar in Wade House’s historic taproom and enjoy an evening of drinks, live music, and lively conversation — a quintessential night in WisconsinDating back 170 years, this taproom was the center of entertainment for the patrons at Wade House during its heyday as a stagecoach hotel. Grab a pint, take a seat, and continue that tradition with us. Tickets include two complimentary drinks, appetizers, and live music. 

Live music provided by the Honeygoats.


Cost:

$15 per person

Advance registration required. You must be 21-years-old, or older, to attend this event. This event will take place on the historic end of the grounds only. The visitor's center will not be open.  

Society members receive a 10% discount


About the Location

Explore the horse-powered world that existed before planes, cars, and railroads at Wade House. Here the golden era of carriages lives on forever, with historic structures and a state-of-the-art museum highlighting all its wonders. The site features the stagecoach hotel built and owned by Sylvanus and Betsey Wade, the first European settlers of Greenbush. The site is also home to a blacksmith shop, sawmill, and the Wesley W. Jung Carriage Museum, which houses Wisconsin’s largest collection of carriages and wagons.

Wade House

Wade House Historic Site
W7965 State Hwy 23 
Greenbush, WI 53026



Accessibility

Access to the Wade House Inn is limited. Reasonable accommodations can be made for individuals requiring mobility assistance.

 

Contact

For more information, please contact the WHS Box Office at (608) 264-4848 or boxoffice@wisconsinhistory.org.

Event Details

Friday, October 8 | 7 - 9 pm

Health & Safety Guidelines

Return Policy


About the Event

Belly up to the bar in Wade House’s historic taproom and enjoy an evening of drinks, live music, and lively conversation — a quintessential night in WisconsinDating back 170 years, this taproom was the center of entertainment for the patrons at Wade House during its heyday as a stagecoach hotel. Grab a pint, take a seat, and continue that tradition with us. Tickets include two complimentary drinks, appetizers, and live music. 

Live music provided by the Honeygoats.


Cost:

$15 per person

Advance registration required. You must be 21-years-old, or older, to attend this event. This event will take place on the historic end of the grounds only. The visitor's center will not be open.  

Society members receive a 10% discount


About the Location

Explore the horse-powered world that existed before planes, cars, and railroads at Wade House. Here the golden era of carriages lives on forever, with historic structures and a state-of-the-art museum highlighting all its wonders. The site features the stagecoach hotel built and owned by Sylvanus and Betsey Wade, the first European settlers of Greenbush. The site is also home to a blacksmith shop, sawmill, and the Wesley W. Jung Carriage Museum, which houses Wisconsin’s largest collection of carriages and wagons.

Wade House

Wade House Historic Site
W7965 State Hwy 23 
Greenbush, WI 53026



Accessibility

Access to the Wade House Inn is limited. Reasonable accommodations can be made for individuals requiring mobility assistance.

 

Contact

For more information, please contact the WHS Box Office at (608) 264-4848 or boxoffice@wisconsinhistory.org.

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