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It has been two years since we last visited and I still have mixed feelings about the center and the festival. As somebody else mentioned, a large percent of the big tents at the bottom of the hill before you enter town are nothing more...More
Stopped at the gift shop/museum. Museum was in the basement (I did see an elevator). Five minute video provided a quick overview. Lots of artifacts.
Purchased chocolate covered cranberries in the gift shop and they were so delicious.
Great start to the cranberry bog tour.
It was a great experience and you can have every question answered for you that you would every want to know on cranberries! Then family is so proud of their farm I felt bad when I wanted to waddle in it. Thank you for this...More
Went on Friday morning with my dear mother 85 years young, no more parking for handicapped plated vehicles. Had to park in a field then take a walk through the woods to get to the western edge of the festival. No information, no shuttle or...More
If you are in Warrens, this is a definite stop. Upstairs is a store with everything cranberry you could imagine and a counter for ice cream and snacks. Downstairs if a very informative museum with video and some interactive exhibits. If you have any interest...More
The gift shop is upstairs and free. buy cranberry treats. Try cranberry ice cream. The museum is downstairs and ticketed. Start with the film about the cranberry and then follow the exhibits. Good info. Some hands on activities. Will take about 30 minutes tops.
This eas a fun little store for cranberry tastes and scents. They sell candles, potpourri, cranberry cheeses, cranberry wines, cranberry mixes (beverages, muffins, etc.) and other yummy things. They also have a self-guided tour of the history of cranberries in WI one the basement floor,...More
As far as the museum it was a small respite from the hot day; air condition with cranberry ice cream celebrating the cranberries grown in Wisconsin. Sixty plus percent is grown here in Wisconsin. That was only one of maybe three pluses we enjoyed that...More
We visited Cranfest this year and did the cranberry marsh tour and then visited this museum and gift shop. The displays are well put together with very detailed descriptions that really enhanced what we had seen on the marsh tour. We learned a great deal...More