Denmark is a village in Brown County in the U.S. state of Wisconsin. The population was 2,123 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Green Bay Metropolitan Statistical Area. The village is located within the town of New Denmark.
Restaurants in Denmark
4 based on 15 reviews
The caves are a brief walk from the parking area (<5 minutes?) and down a couple of flights of stairs. Nice area to stretch legs. A tornado hit in August, 2013, and the devastation remains obvious (see my photos) and the caves were closed to the public. I spoke to a volunteer working on reopening the caves and he said that they lead guided tours into the caves sometimes. Check the website for current progress if you wish to explore: www.maribelcaves.com.
4.5 based on 43 reviews
Parallel 44 Vineyard and Winery provides locally grown, world-class, internationally awarded wines as well as an exceptional tasting experience. Aside from producing award winning, Wisconsin wines, we host several events throughout the year. Cheers and we hope you enjoy your experience!
I drive a tour bus. Today we had about an extra hour and called Parallel 44 to see if they could accommodate us on short notice. The owner was very kind but very firm about not accepting bus groups because he is not equipped to handle large groups. We appreciated his candor-he saved us from wasting tour time and then finding out we could not have stopped. We may be able to visit in smaller groups at a later date.
5 based on 9 reviews
Wine Tasting with a Unique Experience - Make your wine or taste one of ours. We offer a variety of hand-crafted wines ranging from cold climate grapes to traditional, from dry to sweet, including reds, whites, fruits, and honey mead. Customers can also come in and craft their own wines. You take part in the process and personally label the bottles when finished.
Delicious wines! Staff was friendly, prices were very reasonable, and wine was delicious! Cute little shop. We were allowed to taste as many samples as we wanted. She explained the flavors and gave us her recommendations. This will definitely become a staple in out wine cabinet :) They have reds, whites, meads, and fruit wines.
4 based on 6 reviews
The Devils River Trail is 14.5 mile biking/ walking route with a level grade, hard packed gravel surface. The trailhead in Denmark has ample parking with a shelter, picnic tables and restrooms. The trail connects four small communities and is an enjoyable ride through typical Wisconsin scenery....rolling farmland, wetlands and river crossings. Two of the bridges are built on the old iron trestles originally used by the trains. There are facilities in all the little towns along the way, including picnic grounds, gas stations, restaurants and, if you are craving a beer on a hot summer ride, bars. For a short family ride, Denmark to Maribel is about ten miles round trip.
3 based on 3 reviews
This was once a glorious hotel. Some intriguing rumors about gangsters and shady goings on. Now days it's like something you might see in Rome, just walls. You can look at it from Maribel Caves Park; but that's as far as you can go. It's one of those things you look at, maybe take a picture or two. Been there, done that. Time to move on.
5 based on 2 reviews
Completed in 2015 this charming Devotional Chapel and Rosary Prayer Garden is open year round and free to all religions. It was built by retired Catholic Priest Father Bill O'Brien on rural property of his great grandparents. In fact, the cross inside the stone chapel was carved from their old homestead. The Chapel and grounds are located five miles east of Denmark, WI in the small town of Curran, WI. There are chair for rest and reflection both inside and outside the chapel. There is a portable bathroom on the property as well. As of yet, there is no sign advertising the chapel. It is located just west of Curran, WI on the north side County Road KB. Look for a tan painted fence. There is no admission cost but donations are gladly accepted. Hours may vary during inclement winter weather. Come enjoy a very peaceful place in the Wisconsin countryside. About two miles from the Carmelite Monastery.
5 based on 1 reviews
A coworker knew Steve's from previous trips to the area but this was my first time. I wasn't sure what to expect when we pulled off the highway.
Steve's Cheese is half of a building where the other half is a cool antique store.
We walked in and the shop is just super cool. One whole wall is refrigerator cases filled with Wisconsin cheeses of all sorts. There's tons of neat jarred items like sauces and preserves. There's a candy area, neat rafty and kitschy stuff. Tee shirts were hanging from the ceiling, I think. And then there was the counter with ice cream and fresh cheese curds.
I spent a lot of money. I had to go buy a cooler bag to bring it all home. My family loved everything I brought home but especially a 2-year aged cheddar and the spreadable port wine cheese.
Stop at Steve's. It's totally worth it!
5 based on 140 reviews
Cerutti‘s has the best dark chocolate around. The staff is unbelievably courteous helpful friendly kind obedient cheerful thrifty-yes, they are just like Boy Scouts! Fresh brewed coffee coffee beans sugar-free dark chocolate like chocolate with nuts without nuts they have it all. This is a place not to miss! Love love love love love
4 based on 7 reviews
As someone born and raised in Green Bay I was amazed to have someone mention this beautiful spot to me. How had I never heard of it growing up here? The answer is it was family owned until 1991 when the Fonferek Family donated 74 acres of their farm to Brown County so all could enjoy the lovely 30-foot waterfall on the property. It's a little difficult to find but well worth the effort. There is no fee or restrooms. Be advised Bower Creek flows according to rainfall and time of year. Don't miss the Natural Bridge on the Upper Hiking Trail. Distracted people have fallen here so watch your footing and don't take risks. Please respect the private farm and private residence on site.
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