Trip Ideas to guide you throughout 
our county’s must-sees.

Waukesha County has so many things to do, places to stay and eat offering a new appeal to all types of travelers. Explore the beauty, excitement and intrigue of Waukesha County!

For the Antique/Historian:

  • Things To Do: Delafield Antique Show (April and November)
  • Places to Stay: Pedal’rs Inn Bed & Breakfast – Victorian Bed and Breakfast
  • Where To Eat: Red Cicle Inn – Wisconsin’s Oldest Restaurant Since 1848!

For the Shopper:

  • Things To Do: Brookfield Square Mall
  • Places to Stay: Radison Inn
  • Where To Eat: Jose’s Blue Sombrero – Sophisticated, fresh and hip mexican foods

For Entertainment:

  • Things To Do: Ten Chimneys
  • Places to Stay: Clarke Hotel
  • Where To Eat: People’s Park

Trip Ideas for the Art Inspired:

  • Things To Do: Oconomowoc Art Festival –  Named one of the 100 best art fairs in the country by Sunshine Magazine
  • Places to Stay: Hilton Garden Inn
  • Where To Eat: Roots Coffeebar & Cafe

For the Outdoors:

  • Things To Do: Pewaukee Lake – A popular recreational lake, with skiing and sailing!
  • Places to Stay:  Naga-Waukee County Park – 416-acre parcel consists of a regional park, a championship 18-hole golf course, and 2 lake access sites
  • Where To Eat: Delafield Brewhaus – Where brewed beer is always on tap and the menu appeals to all.

Trip Ideas for the Golf/Sports Enthusists:

  • Things To Do: Erin Hills Golf Course – Voted Best New Golf Course of the Year by Golf Magazine 2007
  • Places to Stay:  Delafield Hotel – Sophisticated elegance and classic old-world charm
  • Where To Eat: Zins – Uncommon California Italian Restaurant

For the Historian:

  • Things To Do: Old World Wisconsin – Return to Wisconsin in the 19th century at this living museum.
  • Places to Stay:  Eagle Centre House Bed & Breakfast – An authentic replica of an 1846 Greek Revival Stagecoach Inn
  • Where To Eat: Gasthaus – A fine German Restaurant


Exciting events are constantly happening in the Waukesha area.  Check out the seasonal events happening in your area.

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