Discover the best top things to do in Richfield, United States including Holy Hill, Cedar Creek Winery, Cabela's, Harley-Davidson Factory Tour, Apple Works Winery, Held's Meat and Cheese shop, Monches Flower Farm, Ozaukee Interurban Trail, Little Switzerland, Pike Lake State Park.
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4.5 based on 275 reviews
This shrine sits atop a 1,350 foot tall hill, offering panoramic views of the surrounding area.
Lovely church with great views. The best part is that it's free. One thing I didn't like was all the unwelcoming signs, like be silent and dress appropriately. Other than that, it's nice.
4.5 based on 191 reviews
I have been going to this winery for years and they have the best wine. They offer wine tasting, up to four wines complementary, after that there is a cost. Their selection is very nice and the prices can’t be beat. They do offer a discount of 10% if you buy a case. The Cranberry Blush is one of my favorites. They also do tours, and the staff is very knowledgeable and very nice. The shop offers unique wine accessories.
4.5 based on 35 reviews
Seriously, who doesn't love this place? This place is pure awesome!!!!!! I wish I lived closer so I could go here more often. However, anytime I am near this area, I make a point to stop in here. They have everything you could possibly need for the outdoors, and more!
4.5 based on 46 reviews
Harley-Davidson Motor Company's 849,000 square-foot Pilgrim Road Powertrain Operations facility in Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin, is home of the "Big Twin." Pilgrim Road employees produce engines and transmissions for the final assembly plants in York, Pennsylvania, and Kansas City, Missouri, for Touring, Softail, Dyna and Sportster model families. Free Factory Tour: The free factory tour offers a limited view of the assembly line and designated machining areas. Tours last approximately 30 minutes. Tours begin at regular intervals between 9:00am-1:30pm Monday-Friday. Tour schedule and route are subject to change. Free factory tours begin at the Pilgrim Road facility. Steel Toe Tours: The Pilgrim Road Steel Toe Tour package includes a ticket to the Harley-Davidson Museum where you’ll get a glimpse of history and culture like you’ve never before – including the must-see Engine Room. A shuttle will take you from the Museum to the Pilgrim Road factory, where you’ll get an up-close-and-personal view of the assembly line, powder coat process, cold testing, and steel and aluminum machining. The Steel Toe Tour goes behind-the-scenes through areas previously unseen by the public. You will be required to wear safety glasses and steel toe protection, both of which are provided. Two sessions are offered on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays – June through September (with some holiday exceptions) at 9:15 am and 12:30 pm. Duration for each tour is approximately three hours. Tours depart from the Harley-Davidson Museum located at 6th and Canal Streets in Milwaukee. Tour schedule and route are subject to change. Cost: Harley-Davidson Museum Member: $32.00 Non-Member: $46.00 Groups of 15 or more: $40.00
In MENOMENEE FALLS, 30 km (20 miles) Northwest Milwaukee, easy with a GPS! After the expensive Museum in the famous city, we travel to this unknown town. A free tour is offered each couple of hours, last one 1:30 pm. We arrive in the last minute, and happily it was place for us (first come, first served). Mr. Greg (I think) was our guide around the engines factory. No pictures allowed. We enjoyed a lot the 70 min. visit , and all the explanations. Certainly, a Must-to-See for any who loves H-D!.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
I stopped at Apple Works Winery with a friend on a Friday evening. Opted for a small cheese tray and a bottle of Red Wine from Chile. The wine was delicious and went well with the cheese selection. We chatted with the server and owners. I will go back again for a pleasant evening.
5 based on 7 reviews
Very convenient right off of HWY 41, it's a nice place to pick up some good cheese and meat and the prices are direct from the makers. Service was very friendly and nice, and they'll pack it nicely if you're getting on a plane.
4.5 based on 18 reviews
Monches Farm has been a destination for adventurous and discerning gardeners since 1980. This is a specialty perennial nursery that is situated in the scenic rocky hills of south eastern Wisconsin. It sells perennials as well as beautiful one of a kind garden art. I have been to many boutique nurseries in the U.S., but this one is on my top ten list. I think that this would be a great destination place for any gardener visiting the Milwaukee area.
Monches is one of those places that if you live in Wisconsin, you should go there. It's a great late spring destination. Not just the gift shop is pricey, but the plants are expensive. But not too expensive and the quality is there everywhere. It's...More"If they have the time, the breadth of knowledge they share is incredible."....We like to believe that our personnel truly sets us apart. Thanks for recognizing them! "A truly quality place and a little magical, too."....."Magical" is our favorite word to describe Monches Farm!
4.5 based on 90 reviews
This is a great paved bike trail for every type of bike. We biked from Cedarburg to Belgium and back. It was just shy of 40 miles. The trail out of Cedarburg is busy and crosses a lot of roads. Our favorite part of the trail was from Knellsville to Belgium because there are few cross roads and the trail just winds along the edge of farm after farm.
4 based on 23 reviews
Second time to visit Little Switzerland . Brought DD and her friends skiing and snowboarding…
But never seem to make here until the end of the season... hopefully we change that next season.
The chalet/restaurant is great place to hang out if you are not into doing the outdoor adventure that day.
Sitting in the chalet enjoying the sunshine and watching everyone skiing or boarding.. what a great view.
Had a couple cocktails while sitting there ...the bartenders know what they're doing... drinks are fun and the company was nice.
Again with being at the end of the season the snow was pretty good but like I said previous we need to get here when the season is in full swing so my DD can really enjoy the hills.
We have a pass for Nordic they had to close a few weeks ago because of the snow condition... LS offered Nordic season holders a ski free weekend.
4.5 based on 33 reviews
Welcome to Pike Lake Unit, a beautiful unit of Wisconsin's Kettle Moraine State Forest! ADMISSION: ~$8 daily, $5 hourly for Wisconsin Residents. ~$3 daily for senior Wisconsin Residents over 65. ~$28 annual admission sticker for Wisconsin residents. ~$13 annual admission sticker for senior Wisconsin residents. ~$38 annual admission sticker for non-residents. CAMPING: We have a full campground with 33 sites, including electric. We also have three, primitive backpacking sites along the Ice Age National Scenic Trail, about a 15-20 minute hike from the parking lot. There is a shower, bathroom building as well as a dump and water filling station. Reservations are made online with Reserve America. Walk-in, first-come-first-serve sites are #32, #33 and backpacking site #B1. ~$18 per night, non-electric for Wisconsin residents. ~$28 per night, electric for Wisconsin residents. ~$23 per night, non-electric for non-residents. ~$33 per night, electric for non-residents. Check out our 'Friends of Pike Lake' Facebook page for up-to-date information on park and naturalist events like guided kayaking tours, sunset standup paddleboarding, campfires, star gazing and nature hikes. OFFICE HOURS: Tuesdays and Wednesdays 8am-4pm Fridays 12pm-8pm Saturdays and Sundays 8am-4pm
I have been to many, MANY state and county parks in southeastern Wisconsin, but I think this one is my favorite because of its size and versatility.
I like the woods here because you can see deep into them; in many wooded areas the shrubby brush and bushy undergrowth is so high, you couldn't see a gnome if he bit you in the ankle. Much of the woods here in Pike Lake is just carpeted with low wildflowers, mayapples and the like, so you can spot that mossy, mushroomy stump. Mostly, it's deciduous, with some oaks (but not dominated by oaks. that would be boring) and aspens, lots of maples, some beech, etc. There are also some lovely stands of fragrant pine.
Of course the woods aren't all there is. Meadows rampant with wildflowers, butterflies and bees. Sandhill cranes, deer, chipmunks. Freshwater springs and little ponds. The big lake with swimming beach, dog beach, public pier, and a little sand launch for your kayak or canoe. Campsites. The tower. That tree that was bent long ago by native Americans marking the path. A ranger station where you can pick up a map or use a nice clean civilized toilet. Remnants, if you know where to look, of long-ago farms. Snowmobile trails. Boardwalk through the swamp--know how nice it is to see pretty skunk cabbage growing in February when your heart is weary from Wisconsin winter? A lovely segment of the Ice Age Trail, Wisconsin's own national trail. I have even seen bald eagles here on two or three occasions.
On second thought, perhaps I should tell you all NOT to come here! I wouldn't mind keeping it all to myself! JK see you on the trails.
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