Great River Road Festival
Saturday, September 20, 2014 10 am–5 pm
In 1938 President Franklin D. Roosevelt established the Great River Road along the Mississippi River. The route follows the river for nearly 3,000 miles through 10 states. In 2012 readers of the Huffington Post voted the Wisconsin section of the Great River Road the "Prettiest Drive" in America. Stonefield, one of the Great River Road's interpretive center, will celebrate the history of the roadway with a variety of river-related activities on this day.
Adults $9; children (5-12) $4.50; students and senior citizens (65 and over) $7.75; family (two adults and two or more dependent children 5-17) $24.
Stonefield comprises a re-created 1900-vintage rural farming village and the State Agricultural Museum, which traces the history of Wisconsin agriculture from its inception to the 20th century. Stonefield, named after the estate farmed by Wisconsin's first governor Nelson Dewey, also includes Dewey's home site.
P.O. Box 125, 12195 County Hwy VV