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Wade House, Greenbush

(45+ reviews on the web)
Historic Site Tourist Spot
Summer Season: May 17 — Nov 2, 2015

Monday-Saturday: 10 am—5 pm

Sundays: 11 am—5 pm

Butternut Café

Open daily: 11 am—3 pm

Winter Season: Nov. 5, 2015 — May 17, 2016

Wednesday-Saturday: 10 am—4 pm

Sundays: 11 am—4 pm

Butternut Café

Wednesday-Sunday: 11 am—3 pm

Summer Season Admissions:

Adults $11

Students/Seniors (65 & older) $9.25

Children (5-17)

(children under 5 are free) $5.50

Family (up to two adults and two or more dependent children 5-17) $30

History Lover Members FREE

Winter Season Admissions:

Adults $7

Students/Seniors (65 & older) $6

Children (5-17)

(children under 5 are free) $3.50

Family (up to two adults and two or more dependent children 5-17) $19

History Lover Members FREE
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • We just happen to be driving by this on Hwy 23 and decided to stop. So glad we did. The carriage museum was beautiful and held so much history. We took a horse drawn carriage ride to the old inn and h...  more »
  • We traveled the hour and a half from Madison to attend one of their events - dog sledding. First the dog sledding event: We thoroughly enjoyed it! Would do it again if there was snow. We had to ride i...  more »
  • We made a family visit to the Wade House and Jung Carriage museum recently. It was extra special due to the Christmas Weekend activities and a beautiful 2" topping of snow provided by mother nature. T...  more »
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  • Great place to learn about a bygone era. Very clean and spacious. We only toured the carriage museum and had a really nice time. Great ham sandwich from their cafe.
  • Great fun for kids and adults. History made fun and the blacksmith shop demo is great.
  • We've got annual passes to The State historical sites, and this is included. Nicely preserved buildings. Horse drawn carriage rides and working saw mill very nice. Antique carriage museum.
  • Historic and beautiful place for a wedding in one of the older buildings...too bad it rained but it was romantic and memorable location
  • This was an awesome place. The grandkids loved it