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2017-18 Washington County Visitors Guide www.visitwashingtoncounty.com 19 West Bend C o m m u n i t i e s o f W a s h i n g t o n C o u n t y ACCOMMODATIONS Country Inn & Suites – West Bend* 2000 Gateway Ct., West Bend, WI 53095 262-334-9400 or 1-800-456-4000 www.countryinns.com/westbendwi Conveniently located on Hwy 45 just 30 minutes north of Milwaukee. Enjoy the warm ambiance of our newly renovated lobby, accented with a fireplace and touches of home. Relax in the indoor pool/whirlpool or reserve a suite with private bedroom and whirlpool. Complimentary breakfast buffet daily and free WiFi. Decorah Hills Bed & Breakfast 1008 W. Decorah Rd., West Bend, WI 53095 262-388-3148 decorahhillsbedandbreakfast.com Decorah Hills Bed and Breakfast has a comforting atmosphere where you can sit by the large wood fireplace to read a book or go outside to the deck to watch the birds and enjoy the flowers. It is walking distance to historic downtown West Bend where you can shop in its many quaint shops, stop for a specialty coffee or enjoy a glass of wine in a modern tapas bar. Hampton Inn & Suites of West Bend* 1975 S. 18th Ave., West Bend, WI 53095 262-438-1500 www.westbendsuites.hamptoninn.com Enjoy a wonderful vacation at the Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton in West Bend, WI. Start your day with our Hampton's On the HouseTM breakfast. After an exciting day of discovering the West Bend area, refresh in our Indoor Pool & Whirlpool, re-energize in our fitness center or relax in a comfy guest room with free internet access. ATTRACTIONS History Center Washington County* 320 South 5th Ave., West Bend, WI 53095 262-335-4678 www.historyisfun.com Center includes Old Courthouse and the Sheriff's Residence and Jail. The 1889 Courthouse Museum offers self-guided tours through 12 unique exhibits, including a pink 1950's kitchen highlighting the local Aluminum Cookware Industry, the 27 room Zinn Dollhouse with over 1,000 hand-made minia- tures, and an authentic Woodland Indian's wigwam with a trading post. All exhibits include interactive activities such as touch-me artifacts, videos, scavenger hunts, and sniff boxes - to smell the history. The beautifully restored Courtroom with its stained glass windows and painted ceilings shows off the work of early Wisconsin craftsmen. Learn how the County Sheriff and his family lived with prisoners staying only a few feet from their parlor. This 1886 jail-house is one of the few remaining intact structures in the United States. Tours are guided; please call ahead to make a reservation for a tour. * Business is a WCCVB Partner 253619003

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