Places to stay in Platteville, Wisconsin

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Platteville is the largest city in Grant County in southwestern Wisconsin. According to a 2009 U. S. Places to eat in the region include Cancun Fiesta, Ticket Sports Bar & Grill, Red & Deb's Bar & Grill, and Gangsters Steakhouse.

Wondering where to stay? Visitors have access to a number of hotels in the city. If you are travelling in the area, Platteville is located close to Salzgeber Quarry, Best Western Midway Hotel, Wood Duck Slough, First Congregational Church and Badger Hollow Creek.

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Selected and best reviewed properties in Platteville

The Walnut Ridge Log Cabin

Our Wisconsin log cabin lodging is in a secluded country setting on 5 1/2 wooded acres minutes north of Platteville, WI, about 30 minutes from Eagle Ridge Galena Territory, Galena IL, and Dubuque IA. It is a true getaway from all outside distractions. Relax, unwind and rekindle your relationship, .....

The Dorsey Bed & Breakfast

Take a step back in history to the Victorian Age as you enjoy the serenity of days gone by. Imagine, if you will, as you enter the house, tea time in the afternoon by ladies of the community in their finery, or visitors singing the newest sheet music songs in the parlor. Or imagine the discussions .....

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Things to see and do

Lacoma Golf Course

Located at 8080 Timmerman Drive. Located in the wooded hills of the Mississippi River valley only five minutes from downtown Dubuque, Iowa and 15 minutes from Historic Galena, Illinois, Lacoma Golf is golf headquarters in the tri-state area.

Pendarvis

Located at 114 Shake Rag Street. Tucked away in historic Mineral Point, Pendarvis celebrates the 20th century preservation efforts of business and life partners Robert Neal and Edgar Hellum, and the movement they started. Explore their famous restaurant and discover how they saved a significant part of Wisconsin history.

The Mining & Rollo Jamison Museums

Located at 405 East Main Street. The museum traces the development of culture in southwestern Wisconsin's Driftless Area starting with mineral mining, rural life, and the establishment of community. Galleries display fascinating and nostalgic models, dioramas, artifacts and photographs interpreting stories and music of home, school, farm and civic life in the Platteville region. Don't miss the fighting squirrels!

Fennimore Doll & Toy Museum

Located at 1135 6th Street. The Fennimore Doll & Toy Museum, located 1135 6th Street, Fennimore WI, showcases classic and collectible dolls and toys from around the world. Established in 1991, the museum features heirlooms owned by or on loan to the museum. Under the management of the Friends of the Doll and Toy Museum, the museum continues to add new collections, offer unique and exciting displays, and welcome visitors from near and far.

Dickeyville Grotto

Located at 305 West Main Street. The Dickeyville Grotto and Shrines erected in the Village of Dickeyville, Wisconsin on Holy Ghost Parish grounds located at 305 W Main Street are the works of Father Matthias Wernerus, a Catholic Priest, Pastor of the Parish from 1918 to 1931. His handiwork in stone, built from 1925-1930, is dedicated to the unity of two great American ideals-love of God and love of Country. These religious and patriotic shrines were constructed without the use of blueprints.

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