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Tour the Geocaching Capital of the Midwest with a Charter Bus in West Bend, Wisconsin

West Bend is the county seat of Washington County, in southeastern Wisconsin. Nestled in the rolling hills of the Kettle Moraine, West Bend has a population of more than 31,000. It is also known as the Geocaching Capital of the Midwest as it is many treasure hunters' favorite destination in the region. Plan your trip to the city now and book a charter bus in West Bend, Wisconsin.

Arts & Culture

Visit the Museum of Wisconsin Art, which is one of the state's most important venues for visual arts. The museum houses an extensive collection of late 19th century and early 20th century art pieces and hosts several exhibits each year.

Moreover, take a stroll along Riverwalk and throughout the city and you will spot more than 20 outdoor sculptures created in various materials by local, regional, national and international artists.

When it comes to performing arts, you can check out the Kettle Moraine Symphony Orchestra, which performs in symphonic shows throughout the year. Or the Musical Masquers, which is the city's longest-running community theater. You can also go to Theater on the Hill, where you can see a variety of performances, or check Spotlight Productions for Broadway musicals. There's also West Bend's community band called River City Irregulars, as well as a combined student and community choral group called Moraine Chorus.

Downtown West Bend is also a great place to experience local culture. There are many happenings and events that take place here, including Fall Fest, Downtown Dash, Maxwell Street Dat, Artwalk, and Music on Main, among others. Other events in the city include Riverfest, Washington County Fair, German Fest, and Enchantment in the Park.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

Hop into a charter bus in West Bend, Wisconsin, and get a glimpse of the city's past by visiting historic museums and sites like the Old Courthouse Museum. This beautifully restored local history museum was built in 1889 and is a great example of Romanesque Revival architecture. It is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places and features exhibits related to the Washington County's past.

You can also visit the Old Sheriff’s Residence and Jail as part of a guided tour of the Old Courthouse Museum.

You should also consider exploring these national historic districts: Barton Historic District and Washington County "Island" Effigy Mound District.

The national register also includes these historic houses and other sites:

  • Leander F. Frisby House
  • Amity Leather Products Company Factory
  • Gadow's Mill
  • Lizard Mound State Park
  • St. Agnes Convent and School
  • St. Peter's Church
  • West Bend Chicago and North Western Depot
  • West Bend Post Office

Zoos & Aquariums

The city has the Shalom Wildlife Zoo, which started as a deer farm and grew to become a zoo with over 300 animals that include red fox, raccoon, mink, bison, elk, and others.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

West Bend is called the Geocaching Capital of the Midwest as it boasts nearly 1,400 caches within a 10-mile radius. Treasure hunting in the city is made more exciting with its nice mix of lovely parks, excellent trails, and historical sites. You can check with West Bend Geocaching or West Bend Four Seasons GeoTour.

The city also has many parks that offer amenities like playgrounds, ball fields, walking and biking trails, picnic areas, open greens, tennis and basketball courts, fishing areas, and even disc golf courses. These parks include Riverside Park, Decorah Hills Park, Barton Park, Forest View Park, Maplewynde Park, Prairie Meadow Park, Regner Park, Quaas Creek Park, Wingate Park, Sunset Park, and Minz Park, among others.

There are also nature and conservancy areas as well as trails that you can explore. There's Albecker Natural Area, Glacial Blue Hills Recreation Area, Gregg Preserve, Lac Lawrann Conservancy, Eisenbahn State Trail, Ice Age Trail, and others.

If you want a beach, try Regner Beach, and if you want to do some winter sports during the winter, you can go snowboarding, skiing, and tubing at Sunburst Winter Sports Park, or check out Little Switzerland.

Shopping & Dining

You have plenty of shopping and dining options in the city. But if you want an adventure of sorts, there's no place like the historic downtown marketplace. It is home to many specialty shops that offer apparel, jewelry, art, and various gift items. You also have many restaurants, pubs, and bars to choose from. You can also check out Washington Street.

Reserve a charter bus in West Bend, Wisconsin, for your group transportation needs. Contact us online or call 1-866-569-2012.

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