Eagle, WI – Old World Wisconsin was recently named the #1 Place to take the kids in and around the Milwaukee area and party with free general admission for kids on weekends throughout September! The family-friendly, hands-on attraction is open Saturdays and Sundays from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. for the fall season (September 3-25, 2022).
Families can extend the fun and the money by visiting Wisconsin’s Old World just in time to enjoy the cooler temperatures and scenic fall colors on display across 600 acres of scenic landscapes. Guests are invited to travel back in time and step into the stories of Wisconsin’s early immigrants through interactive experiences such as lighting a fire in the blacksmith’s shop, riding a vintage high-wheel bicycle , shopping at an 1880s era general store and much more. Fall treats, including apple cider cookies and pumpkin chocolate chip cookies, will be on sale on site.
Children ages 5-12 are included in the special promotion, valued at $9.99 per child, and children under 5 receive free general admission to Old World Wisconsin year-round . Click here for more information or to buy tickets online.
About Old World Wisconsin
Old World Wisconsin is a 600-acre regional historic attraction featuring interactive environments and immersive stories of 19th and early 20th century agricultural and rural immigrant life. It is one of twelve Wisconsin Historical Society sites and museums across the state. The museum offers hands-on activities led by staff members in historic dress, and guests can visit 10 working farms, explore 12 heritage gardens, meet heritage animal breeds, and try out historic trades and skills. Old World Wisconsin is open seasonally and is located on Highway 67, south of Eagle, Wisconsin. For more information, visit www.oldworldwisconsin.org or call 262-594-6301.
About the Wisconsin Historical Society
The Wisconsin Historical Society, founded in 1846, is one of the largest, most active, and most diverse state historical societies in the nation. As a state agency and private organization, its mission is to help people connect to the past by collecting, preserving and sharing stories. The Wisconsin Historical Society serves millions of people each year through a wide range of sites, programs, and services. For more information, visit www.wisconsinhistory.org