Comfort Inn & Suites
W227 N 16890 Tillie Lake Crt
Jackson, WI 53037
Phone: (262) 677-1133
Fax: (262) 677-1144
Arts & Museums
Museum of local history located in the old city courthouse. Includes exhibits of local buisness and industry, early settlers, family, social, and cultural life, and the fully restored circuit courtroom.
Permanent collection of early Wisconsin art.
A fine arts complex featuring exhibitions and workshops in all media including a sculpture studio of Paul J Yank.
Displays a collection of antique packaging & advertising art featuring vintage grocery tins, apothecary items, candy counter, and dry goods.
The Port Washington Light Station was a former lighthouse located in Port Washington, Wisconsin. First constructed in 1848 and reconstructed in 1860, the lighthouse was deactivated in 1903. It is currently run as a museum and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1999.
Late artist and alumni of Art Institute of Chicago, Mary Nohl used her backyard as an art gallery to display her concrete creations. Dotting the garden are eccentric sculptures and statues of figurines and fauna. This whimsical art gave her beachside home the nickname “the Witch’s House” and received opposition and demolition threats. In 2005, however, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
This facility offers guests forest visitor information as well as interpretive displays and films on the Ice Age.
The state-of-the-art Harley-Davidson Museum is heaven for motorcycle enthusiasts. The museum spans two floors and it traces the company's history from the creation of the first bike to the empire it has become. The rooms include historical facts, details on the evolution of motorcycle engines and the history of female riders. There are also many restored bikes on display as well as customized bikes. There is even a section featuring Harley Davidson's presence in film and TV. The museum is highly enjoyable, even for those who are not necessarily interested in motorcycles. There is also a gift shop and cafe.
Located in the bedroom community of Waukesha just west of Milwaukee, River's End Gallery showcases sculpture, prints, jewelery, ceramics and traditional oil paintings. The space is 3,500 square feet and it primarily highlights artists within Wisconsin, however you will see some pieces by international and national artists as well. There is another location in Elm Grove and it has many of the same objets d'art.
Observation deck, displays & exhibits and more.
Artifacts and exhibits detailing the horrors of slavery in America.
More than a century old, this mansion still stands as a testament to the the beer magnate and his subsequent legacy. Opened to the public in 1978 after extensive renovations, it remains one of the finest residences in the city and no cost or innovation would be spared in its redesign. The whole mansion had electricity and plumbing for nine bathrooms when it was built in 1892, a major architectural triumph. Today it has a state-of-the-art heating system which regulates the heat in the mansion with 16 thermostats and custom-built furniture for the majority of its rooms. Now a major tourist attraction, the mansion can also be rented for weddings, business conferences and other events.