Shopping

For many visitors to the Wisconsin Great River Road, shopping is the reason for the trip. Numerous shops, galleries and antique stores dot the Wisconsin Great River Road National Scenic Byway. Bring home a souvenir to remember your trip or a whole carload of treasures.

Abode Stockholm

N2030 #3 Spring Street
Stockholm, WI 54769
Phone: (715) 442-2266

Our Mission is to bring to you stunning and unique items from around the world. Every Accessory is hand selected to offer you things to make your home and your life more beautiful! We are also proud to be the REGIONS PREMIER GALLERY OF LOCAL AND REGIONAL FINE ART AND FINE CRAFT. We invite you to experience, first hand, the beauty of our area and the inspiration & fascination that our artist’s works can add to your world. We encourage you to experience the life affirming and life inspiring power of art. Complete custom interiors services available. Please check out our website at www.abodegallery.com

Alma Blooms

105 North Main Street
Alma, WI 54610
Phone: (608) 685-4701

Alma Blooms is a full service florist specializing in wedding design of all styles, themes and budgets. Many folks get married in Alma, Wisconsin and this local florist knows the area & wedding venues.

Alma General Store

100 North Main Street
Alma, WI 54610
Phone: (608) 685-2652

A quirky little shop, Alma General Store has a little of everything.  Basic groceries, unique gifts, treasures found at estate and garage sales, exquisite Vicuna scarves, rare weavings from the Andes and other cool things.

Check out their selection of locally sourced meats, all processed at Gunderson’s in Mondovi, Wisconsin.

Alma Leather

121 N Main Street
Alma, WI 54610
Phone: (608) 685-4775

Alma Leather offers you a variety of handmade leather goods including belts, bags, wine totes, and accessory’s that are expertly crafted.

Alma Main Channel Sport Shop

S 1576 Lake Street
Alma, WI 54610
Phone: (608)685-4336

Fishing and hunting supplies, liquor store, licensed fishing guides.

Directions: Off State Highway 35 south end of Main Street downtown Alma

Alma National Historic District

Main and Second Streets
Alma, WI 54610

In 1982, 346 acres and over 200 buildings were included in the designation of the City of Alma as a National Historic District (#82000631) when it was placed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP).  The district is roughly bounded by railroad tracks, 2nd Street, Swift Street and Cedar Street.  Three periods of significance were recognized:  1850-1874, 1875-1899, 1900-1924

The National Historic District shows architectural styles of the late 1800s and early 1900s. Blocks within the District are separated by unique stairways given street names. Alma is located along the Mississippi River, stretched snugly between the river and steep 500 foot bluffs. Early settlers were attracted to the area because it reminded them of their homelands, Switzerland and Germany.

Directions: On Hwy 35 Wisconsin Great River Road/National Scenic Byway

Antique Center

110 South Third Street
La Crosse, WI 54601
Phone: (608)782-6533

Antique mall located in downtown. Seventy-eight booths on three floors with a full spectrum of antiques and collectibles.

Art & Soul Gallery

303 North Main Street
Alma, WI 54610

Fine art and imports, watercolors, textiles, ceramics, sculpture, jewelry.

Directions: North Main Street Hwy 35

Avalo Designs

934 South Marquette Road
Prairie du Chien, WI 53821
Phone: (608)326-5410

Full line gift shop and home décor.

Directions: South on Highway 18/35

B & S Express Gas/Store

9th & Belvidere Street
Buffalo City, WI
Phone: (608)248-2575

Gas/deli/grocery items/liquor/LP gas. Will deliver from main dock on the river bank in Buffalo City. Pay Phone available there.

Directions: River mile marker 747.9 go downriver to Buffalo City. Take 00 off Hwy 35to 9th and Belvidere.

Bald Eagle Watching

St Feriole Island
Prairie du Chien, WI 53821
Phone: (877)647-7397

View Bald Eagles from Wisconsin Welcome Center at 211 South Main, Prairie du Chien or along the river on St. Feriole Island. Eagles can be found roosting in the trees at these locations during the winter months – December through March.

Directions: Along the Mississippi River on the west side of Prairie du Chien

Barnyard 9

RR1 Frenchtown Rd
Prairie du Chien, WI 53821
Phone: (608)326-4941

32-par golf course, open to public, rentals for golf clubs and carts

Directions: Three miles north of Prairie du Chien on County K

Berg’s Rock Shop

1231 Pearl Street
Prescott, WI 54021
Phone: (715) 262-5841

Rockhound paradise! Many geologic beauties from around the world. Agates. Rockhound equipment. Books. Shop is housed in a log house just up the hill from the St Croix River. Owners very knowledgeable and friendly.

Directions: From US Hwy 10 turn North at River Heights Motel onto Pearl St. Watch for sign for Rock Shop (about 3 blocks). Turn into driveway and continue to circle drive at buildings.

Brewery Gift Shop

196 South Main
Potosi, WI 53820
Phone: (608)763-4002

Delightful gift shop inside brewery museum. Wisconsin food products, clothing, artists and prints, gifts, candies, and collectables.

Directions: South end of “Three-Mile Main Street” on Great River Road (Hwy 133).

Brone’s Bike Shop

615 South Main Street Hwy 35
Fountain City, WI 54629
Phone: (608) 687-8601

All you every want to know about bikes, bikes for sale, repair and ask about biking in area and other places you may want to go to. Visit the web site.

Directions: South of downtown Fountain City on Hwy 35

Burlington Hotel Quilt Shop

809 N Main Street
Alma, WI 54610
Phone: (608) 685-3636

Quilt shop in Alma’s historic Burlington Hotel, circa 1891.  Newly restored, the shop is very fresh and quaint inside with a nice selection of fabrics and Mettler thread!

Bolts of fabric are displayed on towers and you can easily see and handle the fabric. Tall ceilings in the rooms lend themselves perfectly to displaying quilts. Wide array of quilting classes offered.

Cabela’s

33901 Hwy 35 North
Prairie du Chien, WI 53821
Phone: (608) 326-5600

One of just nine Cabela’s retail stores in the nation. Everything for the hunter, angler and outdoorsman. Hundred of trophy animals and an 8,000-gallon aquarium stocked with fish native to Wisconsin waters.

Directions: 33901 State Hwy 35, north of Prairie du Chien

Caledonia Street Antique Mall LLP

1215 Caledonia Street
La Crosse, WI 54601
Phone: (609) 782-8443

Jewelry, toys, furniture, coins, clocks, glassware, also a nice selection of collectibles.

Captain’s Cove Kayak & Canoe Rental

Hwy 18 South
Prairie du Chien, WI 53821
Phone: (608) 994-2860

Canoe rental for a trip on the Wisconsin River summer and fall.

Cedar Creek Country Club

2600 Cedar Creek Lane
Onalaska, WI 54650
Phone: 783-8100

200 acre 18-hole private course; bar and pro-shop open to the public daily. Reciprocity considered with contact from golf pro at other participating private courses. Banquet facilities available.

Directions: From I-90 take Exit 4 to Hwy 53 North; take the Sand Lake Road exit, go north on Sand Lake Road, Cedar Creek will be on the right.

Children’s Museum of La Crosse

207 5th Avenue South
La Crosse, WI 54601
Phone: (608) 784-2652

Where children play to learn and adults learn to play! This hands-on Museum offers three floors of interactive exhibits for ages 1 -12 and adult companions. The Museum also has the “Mt. LeKid” climbing wall, a multipurpose theater, the “Ta-Da!” gift shop, and two birthday party/meeting rooms.

Directions: I-90 Exit 5, US Hwy 16 South to Main Street; right on Main Street to 5th Ave, left on 5th Ave. Museum between King and Jay Street. Parking on Jay between 4th and 5th St.

City Brewery

925 South Third Street
La Crosse, WI 54601
Phone: (608) 785-4821

Brewing facility with tours.

Clearwater Farms

Clearwater Drive
Onalaska, WI 54650
Phone: (608) 783-5103

Farm events, run/walk event, zucchini fest and other events held throughout the year. Call in advance for events.

Coulee Golf Bowl

100 Greens Coulee Road
Onalaska, WI 54650
Phone: (608) 781-1111

Nine hole public golf course; eight lane bowling center; Pro-shop, snack bar, cocktail lounge, putting green.

Directions: From I-90 take exit 4 to Onalaska Hwy 53 N; take the Main Street exit; turn right at the stop light; Coulee Golf Bowl will be on the left.

Crescent Jewelers

429 Main Street
La Crosse, WI 54601
Phone: (608)784-9275

Retail jewelry store specializing in diamonds, colored gemstones, and watches. Professional goldsmith and watch repair available.

Danzinger Vineyards & Winery

S2015 GrapeView Ln
Off County Rd. E
Alma, WI 54610
Phone: 6086856000

Perched atop the Alma Bluff, in Buffalo County, Wisconsin, overlooking the Mighty Mississippi River and Alma, Wisconsin.

Danzinger Vineyards invites you to come take in the view while enjoying a glass of our finest wine on our patio & Mississippi River overlook.  15-acre vineyard was started in 2003, tasting room opened in 2010.

All grape wines are Estate wines. Grapes used are Frontenac, Prairie Star, St Pepin, La Crescent, La Crosse, Frontenac Gris, St Croix and Marquette.  Fruit wines are also available.  Awards received from states of Wisconsin & Minnesota.  Proud member of the Wisconsin Winery Association.

Designing Jewelers

314 4th Street
La Crosse, WI 54601
Phone: (608)782-4499

Custom designed one a kind jewelry. Hundreds of loose gem stones from Alexandrite to Zambian Emerald, every color under the rainbow, loose diamonds. Jewelry and watch repairs.

Dickeyville House of Antiques and Collectibles Flea Market Barn

350 S Main Street
Dickeyville, WI 53805
Phone: (608) 568-7518

Antique barn (over 100 years old) filled with interesting antiques and collectibles. The delightful farm house has many room of displays.

Directions: Entering Dickeyville, first place of business on right side of Hwy 151. Leaving Dickeyville, last business on left side of Hwy 151.

Down a Country Road

12651 State Highway 33 East
La Crosse, WI 54619
Phone: (608)654-5318

Amish Gift Shop and Tours. Handcrafted Amish treasures, furniture, quilts, rugs, baskets, maple syrup, and candy.

Drugan’s Castle Mound

W7665 Sylvester Road
Holmen, WI 54636
Phone: (608) 526-3225

Our family-owned and operated facility has a solid tradition of serving outstanding, homemade foods since 1970. We are regionally recognized as one of the finest restaurants around. The challenging 18-hole, par 72 public course offers beauty and magnitude from all areas, with well-edged bunkers, contoured fairways and bent grass tees and greens.

Directions: I-90 to La Crosse/Onalaska, then Hwy 53 north. Course is six miles north of Holmen on Hwy 53.

Eau Galle Cheese Factory & Gift Shop

N6765 State Hwy 25
Durand, WI 54736
Phone: 7152834211

We invite you to stop by Eau Galle Cheese Factory and taste some of Wisconsin’s best cheeses.

Durand boasts one of the finest cheese plants in the State of Wisconsin, proudly producing millions of pounds of cheese each year–one delicious item at a time!  Don’t miss our great boutique gift shop, it’s a great place to find that special gift.

Eau Galle (pronounced: O Galley)–a quaint village nestled in the rolling hills of western Wisconsin–had a milk processing plant since the mid-1800′s and made cheese for many generations.  Now relocated to Wisconsin State Highway 25 in Durand, the Buhlman Family has owned the cheese factory business since 1945.

Even when your Wisconsin Great River Road vacation is over you can shop online and bring some of that great Wisconsin flavor home through the convenience of the Internet! Remember, EVERYONE appreciates a gift of cheese, and we are proud to produce some of the very best you’ll find right here in our plant.

Ellsworth Cooperative Creamery

232 North Wallace Street
Ellsworth, WI 54011
Phone: (715) 273-4311

Ellsworth White Cheddar Cheese Curds taste like no other because they come from 30,000 cows on 495 family farms in Wisconsin and Minnesota. Our farmer/producers are very fussy about quality and it shows in every fresh batch of Cheese Curds they produce.

That is why Wisconsin visitors from all over insist on only Real Ellsworth Cheese Curds. The famous squeaky cheese!

Erschen’s Florist

163 S Main Street
Dickeyville, WI 53808
Phone: (608) 568-7270

Exciting floral arrangements for all occasions, Gifts, FTD Service.

Directions: Very visible on Main Street across from IOCCO Station.

Feminine Fancies

400 Main Street
La Crosse, WI 54601
Phone: (608)782-3288

Ladies boutique specializing in unique fashion jackets and sportswear. Special occasion wear, bridal and prom.

Festival Foods

1260 Crossing Meadows Drive
Onalaska, WI 54650
Phone: (608)781-2272

Grocery Store with Deli dining, Floral gift shop, Bank, Video rental, bakery and liquor. Catering.

Directions: Located in Crossing Meadows Shopping Center by Comfort Inn, Sam’s Club and Ship Shape Car Wash.

Finnottes Nut & Chocolate Shop

535 Main Street
La Crosse, WI 54601
Phone: (608)782-3184

What a selection! Nuts, chocolates, beautiful gift boxes, Jelly Bellys, snacks, unique candies, truffles, and so much more. The sweetest place on Main Street.

Flat Pennies Ice Cream Shop

W 6442 WI Hwy 35
Bay City, WI 54923
Phone: (715)594-3555

A great place to take a break! The Flat Penny Ice Cream Shop has an antique railroad caboose (Soo Line #27 from Colfax, WI) parked beside it! A great spot for photos. The ice cream is really creamy – nine choices of flavors, plus 10 ways to enjoy it! And lots of toppings. If you need a protein boost they feature hot dogs and homemade beef sandwiches, plus pop and coffee (complete with a “splash” of ice cream if you wish!), bottled water, hobo sticks and PowerAde. A really neat thing to do: get your ice cream. Eat it at a picnic table, with your dog fastened to a “hitching post” next to you. Be sure to mention you have a dog! They have very nutritious doggy treats!). Then get in your car; drive to the BNSF railroad crossing just down the road (you can see it from Flat Pennies), cross over the tracks; drive straight ahead to the Mississippi River (2 short blocks); turn right; go the end of the street (maybe 3 blocks). You’ll be in a parking lot at a park. Get out of the car; walk out into the shaded park to water’s edge. Or walk in the sand along the shore. Dip your toes in the Mississippi River. Or maybe you’d like to skip rocks on the water or look for agates. If you’re lucky, a fisherman may come off the river and you can see what kind of luck he had fishing—or not. A good place to linger.

Directions: As you enter the town limits, watch on the bluff side of the road for the caboose–just about in the middle of the town. Off street parking available.

Follow Your Heart Knit & Quilt Shop

212 Main Street
La Crosse, WI 54601
Phone: (608)796-1515

Unusual yarns and fabrics for knitting, crocheting, quilting, and stitchery.

Gene’s Foodliner Store

5th and Herman
Buffalo City, WI
Phone: (608) 248-2708

Full Grocery and liquor line. Fishing Guide information and Tourist information

Directions: Take County. Road 00 off of Hwy 35go to 5th and Herman Ave.

Gunderson Meat Market

847 East Main Street
Mondovi, WI 54755
Phone: (715) 834-1012

German Summer Sausage from Gunderson is a local favorite in the northern section of the Wisconsin Great River Road.  You can buy it at the local cheese stores or go straight to the source in Mondovi, Wisconsin on US Highway 10.

As a meat market they do all of their own butchering & processing offering  Top Quality Beef & Pork Processed to Your Specifications, Sausage, Retail Meats, Holiday & Special Occasion Gift Boxes, Ham, Grand Champion Ham & Sausage, Fish, Chicken, Cheese, Bacon

Are you a hunter and need your meat processed?  This is the place for Wild Game Processing and they’ll ship.

Gypsy Wagon Studio

307 N Main Street
Alma, WI 54610

Eclectic mix of old and new merchandise for the discerning treasure hunter.

Historic Corner Store

Main & Liberty Streets
Fountain City, WI 54629
Phone: (608)687-3313

NaNa J’s Java Junction and Ice Cream. Old-fashioned soda fountain, soup and sandwiches, greeting cards, specialty coffee, jewelry and more. Laundromat in same building.

Directions: Go up one block off Hwy 35on Liberty Street. On the corner.

Hungry Point Bar and Grill

23797 Lake Road
Trempealeau, WI 54661
Phone: (608) 534-7771

Hungry Point is right on the Mississippi River. You can travel by boat or car. Full-service floating gas station for your boat. Open daily 10am to close, with Happy Hour from 3pm to 6pm. Serves burgers, chicken sandwiches, pulled pork, homemade pizzas, shrimp and tenderloin tips. Specials include: Wing Dam Wednesdays and Thirsty Thursdays with hard or soft shell tacos. Outdoor seating and beer garden. Bait Shop Dam six is attached with all your fishing and camping needs. Hours: 6am to 5pm.

Janet’s Floral

115 Amelia Street
Cassville, WI 53806
Phone: (608) 725-2020

Joyce’s Badland Weaving

County Road I and Badland Road
Alma, WI 54610

Hand woven rugs and runners made by a local artisan.

La Crosse Clock Company

125 South Second Street
La Crosse, WI 54601
Phone: (877)360-2657

A unique shopping experience in La Crosse. Find a special gift, a recognition award, or a new family heirloom that will stand the test of time. Plus, expert clock repair.

La Crosse Clock Company

125 S 2nd Avenue
La Crosse, WI 54601
Phone: (877) 602-2657

With over 1000 fine clocks in stock a visit to the La Crosse Clock Company in historic downtown La Crosse is a must. Whether you are a connoisseur of fine timepieces, if you enjoy a unique shopping experience, or are just looking for a special gift to stand the test of time, visit us.

La Crosse Floral

2900 Floral Lane
La Crosse, WI 54601
Phone: (608)784-7500

From one flower to a yardful! We are a garden center, full-service floral shop and interior landscaper.

La Fleur Jardin, LLC

24010 Third Street
Suite #1
Trempealeau, WI 54661
Phone: (608) 534-5014

Floral shop, featuring cut flowers, unique house plants, bonsai, orchids, cacti, gifts, balloons, cards and home decor.

Directions: Located on Great River Road – Hwy 35 in Trempealeau

Lee’s Guns & Ginseng

141 Broad Street
Prescott, WI 54021
Phone: (715) 262-4004

Buys ginseng and furs. Fishing gear. Wildlife art prints for sale.

Directions: Located on river side of WI Hwy 35 in downtown, next to Prescott Hardware

Lefse Time

115 North Shore
Fountain City, WI
Phone: (608) 687-2058

Welcome to Lefse Time! At Lefse Time we have gathered all things lefse (and some other great Scandinavian specialties). Our goal is to help you keep the lefse tradition alive. Whether it’s equipment to make your own lefse or sending you our own lefse, ready to eat at your next family gathering. Take a look around, we’ve got great lefse recipes, detailed instructions and some FAQs to help in your lefse endeavors on our website.

Leithold Music

116 4th Street South
La Crosse, WI 54601
Phone: (608)784-7555

Full line of music retailer; new and used pianos, keyboards, band and orchestra instruments, guitars, drums, repair and lessons.

Lone Pine Antiques

Hwy North on Spring Creek Road
Alma, WI 54610
Phone: (608) 685-4839

Variety of antiques and collectibles

Lone Pine Antiques

S1401 Spring Creek Road
Alma, WI 54610

Three large buildings of antiques & collectibles.  Lots of opportunity for treasure hunting.

Main Street Framing & Crosse Stitchery

205 Pearl Street
La Crosse, WI 54601
Phone: (608)782-7008

Designer charts, fabrics and fibers, rug hooking, and punch needle supplies.

Mississippi River Pearl Jewelry Company

125 North Main Street
Alma, WI 54610
Phone: (651) 301-1204

Specializing in designing jewelry with natural pearls from the Mississippi River.

National Brewery Museum

101 Brewery Hollow Road
Potosi, WI 53820
Phone: (608) 763-2481, (608) 763-2768

 

The National Brewery Museum™ is a joint venture between the Potosi Foundation and the American Breweriana Association. These two organizations have teamed up to create a world class national brewery museum showcasing a collection of beer bottles and cans, glasses, trays, coasters, advertising materials and other items relating to breweriana collectibles.

The National Brewery Museum™ is located within the historical setting of the Potosi Brewing Company building that had operated from 1852 to 1972. The National Brewery Museum™ is open 10:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily.

Here you will find over 100 exhibits of brewery history from American breweries no longer in business. You will find brands your father and grandfather drank.

Nelson Amish Furniture

Hwy 35 Downtown
Nelson, WI 54756
Phone: (715) 673-4818

Amish furniture and bakery. Bakery open Saturday only. Furniture store open Tues-Sat 8am-6pm; Sun Noon-6pm. Open year-round.

Directions: Downtown Nelson, Wisconsin

Nelson Cheese Factory

Hwy 35 South
Nelson, WI 54756
Phone: (715) 673-4344

Five-generation cheese factory. Fully stocked with cheeses, wines, snacks and includes a deli with indoor/outdoor eating areas. Great ice cream cones/cups. Tour buses welcome.

Nelson Cheese Factory

S237 State Road 35
Nelson, WI 54756
Phone: (715) 673-4725

The founders of the Nelson Cheese Factory made cheese for over 100 years. While we no longer make cheese, the offerings have been expanded to include cheese from Wisconsin and around the world as well as fine wines and a gourmet selection of food.

Our ice cream cones are a favorite with all visitors and our selection of sandwiches, soups and salads are fresh and delicious. Pizza is now on the menu during the weekend.  A selection of gift boxes are available for shipping seasonally.

Nelson Flag & Display

2501 South Avenue
La Crosse, WI 54601
Phone: (800) 458-4838

Flags, gifts, decoration, and lots more.

Nelson General Store

N208 North Main Street
Nelson, WI 54756
Phone: (715) 673-4717

Antiques, gifts and collectibles. 16 flavors of Wisconsin made ice cream and the best hickory smoked ribs  in western Wisconsin eat in or take out.

Okey’s Market

213 W Amelia Street
Cassville, WI 53806
Phone: (608) 725 5178

The most “full service” grocery store on the river! Complete with everything to make “one stop shopping in Cassville!” Picnic supplies, general foods, meats, health products, Wisconsin Lottery, fax machine service available, snacks, soda and beer.

Directions: Center of Main, right side of Amelia Street across from Fire Department Building. Also two blocks from Riverside Park and Cassville Car Ferry.

Old Towne North

1228 Caledonia Street
La Crosse, WI 54601
Phone: (608)784-1880

Quality antiques, many special toys and gift shops, candy shop.

Olde Shoe Antiques

301 South Main Street
Alma, WI 54610

Small antique mall with offerings from multiple antique dealers.

OQ Quilts and Treasures

12103 Highway 35
Stockholm, WI 54769
Phone: (715)442-6037

Handmade quilts, tops and treasures! Open Saturday and Sunday 10am-6pm. Appointments possible.

Our Neck of the Woods

300 N. Marquette Road
Prairie du Chien, WI 53821
Phone: (608) 326-6517

Two floors of rustic outdoor décor.

Directions: North on Highway 35.

Out of the Blue Gallery

W12117 Highway 35
Stockholm, WI 54769
Phone: (715)442-2583

Cool stuff for you, your home and garden, and gifts for those you love, all at affordable prices. We have collected a large variety of fun, unique, handcrafted and select manufactured items including: clothing and accessories; jewelry; garden and patio items such as chimes, hummingbird feeders, birdbaths, windsocks and flags, garden lanterns and ornaments; hanging chairs; home décor; books and cards; wood cutting boards, boxes, utensils, etc; glass; paintings, prints and photography; soaps and lotions; candles and incense; music CDs and more! Telephone orders are welcome and we ship! Stop in while you’re in Stockholm. We are committed to protecting our environment by recycling all materials and most packaging that comes to us. Thank you for helping with this goal.

Directions: Out of the Blue Gallery is located on Highway 35, next to the Post Office.

Out of Your Gourd Artistic Creations

8846 Petry Lane
Glen Haven, WI 53810
Phone: (608) 794-2286

Unique designs created by artist in residence, Sandi Buschbaum. See her newest creations of beautiful pastel butterflies and other unusual items.

Directions: Petry Lane is the first intersection to the right as you enter Glen Haven on County V.

People’s Food Co-op

315 5th Avenue South
La Crosse, WI 54601
Phone: (608)784-5798

Locally-owned, cooperatively-operated. Featuring the finest in produce, meats, organics, bakery, deli, grocery, health and beauty products, household items and so much more.

Ranison Ice Cream & Candy

706 South 16th Street
La Crosse, WI 54601
Phone: (608)782-1987

For over 70 years Ranison Ice Cream and Candy has brought the city of La Crosse a fine family tradition with a commitment to quality. Ranison is proud to present homemade ice cream and homemade hand-dipped chocolates.

River Bank Antiques

220 Broad Street North
Prescott, WI 54021
Phone: (715) 262-4279

Two levels of antiques, collectibles, furniture.

Directions: Located in downtown Prescott, across from The Courtyard Restaurant.

River Gallery

615 South Hwy 35
Fountain City, WI 54629
Phone: (608) 687-9212

Art items, unusual gifts and home decor items, treats. Worth the stop. Open Wed-Sat.

Directions: South of downtown Fountain City on Hwy 35 next to Brone’s Bike Shop

Riverland Outfitters


Alma, WI 54610
Phone: (608) 385-4351

Riverland Outfitters – Kayak, Canoe and Snowshoe Rental & Sales.  Let us help you explore the beautiful Upper Mississippi River Valley…year-round!

Sandy’s

W12098 Hwy 35
Stockholm, WI 54769
Phone: (866)304-4438

Sandy’s in Stockholm is a truly delightful boutique filled with comfortable and contemporary clothing. You will find hand crafted jewelry, fabulous hand-painted handbags, and many one-of-a-kind accessories and artful objects. We work hard to bring you an ever-changing selection and select merchandise from small, emerging companies and artists. Because of this, we are able to bring you the latest in innovative clothing, art and gifts. Visit us at our new permanent location right on Hwy 35! You’ll love it! Open weekends through December and Saturday’s in January and February.

Satori Arts

201 Pearl Street
La Crosse, WI 54601
Phone: (608)785-2779

Chinese artifacts, porcelain bronze, hand-carved temple pieces and ceramics.

Savvy

N 2051 Spring Street
Stockholm, WI 54769
Phone: (715)442-9044

Looking for an edge on your shopping experience?! Savvy stays on top of, and ahead of the fashion trends in both the women’s fashion and home accent arenas. While not ignoring the traditional, new selections of the latest currency in style arrive weekly throughout the season. Our goal is to provide you with fun and unique options to add “wow factor” to your home or to accent your personal style with a wide selection of fabulous fashion accessories. We also carry an inventory of fun options to consider for yourself or as a thoughtful gift…and everything offered at a great value! Savvy hours: 10am-5pm, seven days a week. Before Memorial Day and November to early December hours 10am-5pm Friday-Sunday.

Directions: Located one half block off Hwy 35, up Spring Street, on the Bogus Creek Café pond.

Schleicher’s Landing

7110 Closing Dam Rd.
Cassville, WI 53806
Phone: (608) 725-5216

Campsites, fishing supplies and boat rental.

Directions: Travel on County V, past Stonefield about one mile. Visible from road and entrance is on left side.

Scott Joseph Menswear

506 Main Street
La Crosse, WI 54601
Phone: (608)782-1314

A distinguished men’s store featuring unique brands in dress and casual apparel as well as footwear.

Scott Miller Taxidermy

135 Broad Street North
Prescott, WI 54021
Phone: (715) 262-5315

National award-winning taxidermist and woodcarver. Has one whole wall of blue and purple ribbons. His wood carving of birds and fish are very realistic.

Directions: Located in lower level in back (riverside) of Lee’s Guns & Gingseng. Turn toward river from WI Hwy 35 (Broad Street) on Orange Street. Go one block; turn left. Parking behind stores. Look for sign: Scott Miller Taxidermy

Seymore’s Cycle Shop

240 North Main Street
Alma, WI 54610

Everything you need for your motorcycle.  Accessories, bikes & repair work available.

Shihata Orchards

61549 Limery Road
Prairie du Chien, WI 53821
Phone: (608) 326-2785

Scenic apple orchard, over 20,000 apple trees producing 16 varieties of apples. Visit the Apple House which features apple varieties, unique jams, jellies, and apple butter, local cheese and sausages and fresh cider. Pumpkin patch and weekend wagon rides. Open August through October.

Directions: Six miles northeast of Prairie du Chien on Highway 27, left on Limery Road.

Simply Entree

500 North Holmen Drive
Holmen, WI 54636
Phone: (608)526-1061

Select a meal from our menu and come to our shop to prepare it. We’ll have everything ready to go. You can also pick up fresh, frozen meals to take home.

Directions: On Hwy 35 in Holmen.

Sportsman’s Shack

100 South Main
Potosi, WI 54874
Phone: (608)763-2236

Convenience Store w/fuel; information, snack and fishing gear.

Directions: Center of Main Street (Hwy 133 – Wisconsin Great River Road).

Stamp ‘N Hand

200 South 4th Street
La Crosse, WI 54601
Phone: (608)784-1234

Postcards, unique gifts, decorative accessories, rubber stamps and stencils

Stansfield Vending

3172 Berlin Drive
La Crosse, WI 54601
Phone: (608)782-7181

Full line vending and office coffee company providing food and beverage vending machines as well as amusement machines for homes and businesses.

Stark’s Sport Shop

119 West Blackhawk Avenue
Prairie du Chien, WI 53821
Phone: (608)326-2478

Variety of hunting and fishing gear, assortment of wine and liquor, cheeses and specialty foods

Directions: Downtown Prairie du Chien.

Stepping Into Art, Gallery Night In Alma

Main Street
Alma, WI 54610
Phone: (608) 685-3303

On the 3rd Friday of each month, the galleries, gift shops and businesses of Alma will be hosting resident artists in their shops for an evening of Stepping Into Art. 

EVENT DATES:  June 21st, July 19th, August 16th, September 20th, October 18th

Stump Town Gallery

109 S Main Street
Alma, WI 54610
Phone: (608) 685-3697

Gallery featuring the works of fine regional artists and artisans. It is unique that many of the artist care for the gallery and can be found on site.  Please come in and meet your local artists.

T.J. Cheddarheads

215 Pearl Street
La Crosse, WI 54601
Phone: (608)784-8899

Wisconsin Cheesehead shirts for adults and children, foam cheese items, mugs and real cheese. Available to order by phone, mail or online.

Taft’s Mill Pottery

355 Wall Street
Bloomington, WI 53804
Phone: (608) 994-2337

Pottery store located in the Mill built by D.W. Taft in 1852, this stone mill was once described as “the best equipped merchant and custom mill in the west.”  Open daily.

Tanner Drug Store

139 North Wisconsin Avenue
Muscoda, WI 53573
Phone: (608) 739-3218

Old fashioned working drug store has its original oak and white pine counters, and drawers full of herbs and other old-time remedies. Antiques.

The Cannery Antiques & Gifts

300 N. Marquette Road
Prairie du Chien, WI 53821
Phone: (608)326-6518

Over 30,000 square feet of antiques, crafts and gifts, ice cream and fudge parlor.

Directions: North on Highway 35.

The Cobblestone Gifts

215 Broad Street North
Prescott, WI 54021
Phone: (715) 262-3559

Very popular shop features many collectibles. Two floors full of gift items and accessories for the home. Also seasonal items and cards. Complimentary snacks and beverage.

Directions: Located in downtown Prescott, on WI Hwy 35 south, on west side, just 5 doors south of stoplight.

The Commercial Art Shop

305 South Main Street
Alma, WI 54610
Phone: (608)685-4104

Handcrafted furnishings, gifts and accessories for the domestic interior.

Directions: South end of Main Street Hwy 35

The Good Apple

N2030-4 Spring Street
Stockholm, WI 54769
Phone: (715)442-9077

The Good Apple: Wisconsin Foods and Sundries Step into our charming mercantile and find a wonderful selection of foods, cheese, wines and beers all crafted in Wisconsin. Wine Tastings Daily.

The Palate Gourmet Kitchen Store

W12102 State Hwy 35
Stockholm, WI 54769
Phone: (715)442-6400

Welcome to The Palate Gourmet Kitchen Store offering a shopping experience for your entertaining taste. We invite you to come and see our selection of gourmet cookware, dinnerware, kitchen tools and home decor products featuring an exclusive line of table linens. We also offer gourmet food items including wonderful cheeses and tempting sweets. Sold only here is a selection of handpicked wines from around the world for the discerning palate. Food and wine samplings will be offered during our cooking classes featuring local chefs! Please call for information on our upcoming class schedule.

The Pickett Fence

100 W Blackhawk Avenue
Prairie du Chien, WI 53821
Phone: (608)326-4593

Quilt shop, frame shop, candy store, and seasonal decor in downtown Prairie du Chien.

The Produce Patch

330 North Marquette Road
Prairie du Chien, WI 53821
Phone: (608)326-6516

Women’s Casual wear

Directions: North on the Highway 35.

The Stockholm Pie Company

N2030 Spring Street #1
Stockholm, WI 54769
Phone: (715)442-5505

Darn Good Pie! Just like Grandma’s! Handmade pies, crisps and special treats, not to mention handmade local ice cream a great selection of beverages, floats and great coffee! Everything made right here, from scratch. Hours: Fri-Sun 10am-5pm.

The Weaving Studio

411 North Main Street
Alma, WI 54610

The Weaving Studio is operated by a local artisan in Alma, Wisconsin creating unique clothing, scarves and throws.

Three Rivers Outdoors

400 Main Street
La Crosse, WI 54601
Phone: (608)793-1470

Carrying the finest in outdoor apparel and equipment for hiking, camping, canoeing, kayaking, birding and other outdoor pursuits. Open daily. Adventure begins here.

Touch of Class

312 Main Street
La Crosse, WI 54601
Phone: (608)784-2640

Your home for fine women’s apparel. Easy lifestyles for all seasons from Touch of Class!

Unique Creations

114 E Amelia Street
Cassville, WI 53806

Creative wood furniture for every room of the home crafted by Mike Udelhofen. Also ceramic items, handmade rugs, jewelry, scented candled, baskets and other unusual items of interest for all ages.

Directions: Located in downtown Cassville on Hwy 133/Wisconsin Great River Road. Open Wed-Sun, 9am-4pm

Valley Fish & Cheese Market

304 S Prairie Street
Prairie du Chien, WI 53821
Phone: (608)326-4719

Hickory-smoked fish, chicken and jumbo shrimp, catfish and snapping turtle jerky, cheese curds, pickled fish, hickory-smoked chicken, hand-dipped ice cream beer sticks, specialty seafood and more. Hours Mon-Sat 9am-6pm, Sun 10:30am-5pm.

Directions: East on Hwy 18 coming from Iowa

Vision of Light Stained Glass

129 4th Street South
La Crosse, WI 54601

Stained glass gifts and panels all made by local artists. Classes, custom pieces and supplies.

Water Lily Gifts

111 North Main Street
Alma, WI 54610
Phone: (608) 685-4910

Carrying a wide unique range of gifts and decor items.  Bridgewater Candles, Demdaco Angels, Rothschild dips, Wind Willow, Door County Coffee, dips, seasonal items and so much more.

Carry fun things for the gals ~ purses, scarfs, lotions, jewelry and much more.  Free gift wrapping!

White Oak Gallery

117 North Main Street
Alma, WI 54610
Phone: (608) 685-6200

A beautiful art gallery, featuring regional artists of all mediums: Pastel, Oil, Glass, Jewelry, Wood turnings, Candles.

Large assortment of beautiful handcrafted works by over 50 artisans.

Wickets and Blooms

712 Water Street
Genoa, WI 54632
Phone: (608) 689-2549

Unique Floral Crafts and Gifts Wed-Sat 9:30am-5pm; Sun 11am-5pm.

Directions: Located 20 minutes south of La Crosse in Genoa.

Wings Over Alma Nature & Art Center

118 N Main Street
Alma, WI 54610
Phone: (608) 685-33-3

It’s unusual for a Nature Center to be located in an urban area, right on Main Street.  Wings Over Alma is open daily throughout the year.

Memorable experiences available to visitors are greatly impacted by the natural area that makes up Alma, Wisconsin located in the midst of the Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife & Fish Refuge.

Influences on our local and regional artists are apparent in the exceptional artworks they create.  This is the uniqueness of the Wings Over Alma Nature & Art Center.

Wings Over Alma Visitor Center

118 N Main Street
Alma, WI 54610
Phone: (608) 685-3303

As you travel the Wisconsin Great River Road the Wings Over Alma Visitor Center is a great place to gather information for your travels, have a cup of coffee and take a break.  The 50-foot viewing deck overlooking the Mississippi River and below Lock & Dam #4 is a great photography spot.  Viewing scopes and binoculars are available.

Open 7 days a week from 10am to 5pm (Sundays 11am to 5pm), throughout the year.  This is a great spot for viewing Bald Eagles as they gather below the lock & dam in the winter.

Ye Old School House Used Clothing

8th and Humboldt Avenue
Buffalo City, WI 54622
Phone: (608) 248-2691

Excellent used clothing for entire family along with several other miscellaneous items.

Directions: Take County Road 00 off Hwy 35 to Buffalo City then to 8th and Humboldt. Call for hours.