Calling all homeschool learners and non-traditional students! Learners of all ages will be invited to explore the horse-powered world of Wade House and Wisconsin in the mid-1800s. Upon arrival, visitors can step inside a reproduction stagecoach and learn about plank road travel. The horse-drawn world of the 19th-century is on display in the Wesley W. Jung Carriage Museum – where learners will test their skills by building their very own model carriage. A horse-drawn wagon transports visitors across the Mullet River to the historic core of the site where authentically costumed interpreters, muscle power and water-power bring to life the work of the blacksmith and sawyer. Guests also tour the 27-room Stagecoach Hotel, which once served weary travelers along the Plank Road.
Tuesday, May 21 | 9:00pm – 4:00pm
Tuesday, September 24 | 9:00am – 4:00pm