About General Admission
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. Your journey also includes access to the Wesley W. Jung Carriage Museum, which houses Wisconsin’s largest collection of carriages and wagons.
The Wade House Christmas special event will replace general admission to the site on Saturday, December 11 and Sunday, December 12. Tickets for Wade House Christmas can be purchased in advance or on-site.
The Wade House Visitor's Center and Carriage Museum will be closed November 27 & 28, December 25 & 26, and January 1 & 2. The site may be closed when instances of severe weather occur.
About the Location
The original Wade House stagecoach hotel was built and owned by Sylvanus and Betsey Wade, the first European settlers of Greenbush, who purchased several hundred acres in the area, established the village in 1845, and opened the hotel in 1851. The inn was perfectly located in the dense forest of the Wisconsin frontier, halfway between Fond du Lac and Sheboygan, on a popular stagecoach trail. At Wade House, your day will be fun, engaging, enriching, and authentic. Encounter history by exploring sensory-rich spaces, stories, and activities for all.
Wade House Historic Site
W7965 State Hwy 23
Greenbush, WI 53026
Reasonable accommodations can be made for individuals requiring mobility assistance.
For more information, please contact Wade House Guest Services at (920) 526-3271 or email@example.com.