Tours

By boat, trolley, horse-drawn carriage, or on foot–there are so many ways to experience La Crosse, its people, and culture. Educational, entertaining, and enlightening guided and self-guided tours of the city’s architecture, historic districts, institutions, and waterways are here waiting for you. Come explore La Crosse.

Historic Trolley Tours

Enjoy the scenery of La Crosse while relaxing on the air-conditioned trolley bus. The bright red trolley bus is a nostalgic re-creation of the types of vehicles that traversed the streets of La Crosse in days gone by. Enjoy interesting narration provided by the La Crosse County Historical Society as you tour historic neighborhoods and establishments.

West Salem Historical Society

West Salem Historical Society

Minnesota Marine Art Museum

Minnesota Marine Art Museum

Hixon House

Hixon House

Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe

Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe

La Crosse Segway Tours

La Crosse Segway Tours

La Crosse Queen Paddlewheeler

La Crosse Queen Paddlewheeler

Down a Country Road

Down a Country Road

The Ghosts of Historic La Crosse Tour

The Ghosts of Historic La Crosse Tour

National Eagle Center

National Eagle Center

Dahl Auto Museum

Dahl Auto Museum

Pearl Street Brewery

Pearl Street Brewery

La Crosse Distilling Co.

La Crosse Distilling Co.

Norskedalen Heritage & Nature Center

Norskedalen Heritage & Nature Center

Pleasoning Seasonings

Pleasoning Seasonings

Art Opening “Life is Art” Works by Connie Minowa

Art Opening “Life is Art” Works by Connie Minowa

Art OpeningLife Is Art: Works by Connie MinowaFannin Counseling & Art Therapy, Friday, October 11, 2019 La Crosse, WI—Fannin Counseling & Art Therapy (129 6th St S, La Crosse, across from the Cathedral of St. Joseph the Workman) announces a new...

From Forest to Furniture at Castlerock

From Forest to Furniture at Castlerock

On Sunday, September 29th from 12-4pm, Castlerock Museum in Alma, Wisconsin will hold its sixth annual From Forest to Furniture event. During the event, five area woodworkers will demonstrate how medieval furniture was made using hand tools. This year’s projects...