Information & Reservations
For additional information about the Cook-Rutledge Mansion Tours or to inquire about reserving the Mansion for your event, please call or email:
(715) 723-7181
info@cookrutledgemansion.com
 
Area Attractions

Irvine Park & Zoo

Bridgewater Avenue,
Chippewa Falls
(715) 723-0051

Chippewa Falls businessman William Irvine, his firm, the Chippewa Lumber and Boom Company and L.C. Stanley, established Irvine Park in 1906 through the donation of 165 acres of land. . The size of the park has grown throughout the years and is now 318 acres. It has been a recreational resource of pride for Chippewa Falls residents and visitors for many years.

Abundant woods and waterways enhance Irvine Park's 300+ acres which play host to a zoo, historical displays, playgrounds, wading fountain, picnic areas hiking and cross country ski trails and the waterfalls of Glen Loch Dam.

Irvine Park Zoo is home to bears, cougars, buffalo, elk, whitetail deer, and monkeys

Petting Zoo
Enjoy the variety of animals at Irvine Park and Zoo with a petting zoo located in the Big Red Barn.

 

Rose & Lily Garden
Corner of Jefferson & Bridgewater Avenue, Chippewa Falls

The Rose & Lily Garden is a breathtaking site on the comer of Jefferson and Bridgewater Avenues. (across the street from the Leinenkugel Brewery) Over 500 roses, teas, floribunda, gradifloras, miniatures and climbers. It's a gardener's paradise.

Area History Center & Genealogical Society

123 Allen Street, Chippewa Falls
(715) 723-4399

Chippewa Falls is rich in history. You can see the history throughout the quaint city. What started out as an area of lumber with the largest sawmill in the world became an area of farming and today a large part of Chippewa Falls is supported by many manufactures. For more history about Chippewa Falls stop by the History Center.

 

Chippewa Falls Museum of Industry and Technology

Tour the Museum of Industry and Technology.
21 E Grand St Chippewa Falls.
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Historic Downtown

While many downtown areas are dying, Chippewa Falls Downtown is very much alive! The Chippewa Falls Main Street is continuously working to restore the downtown area and to bring new and innovative programs to rejuvenate Chippewa's Downtown. They are successfully bringing back the quaint historical look and they have received many prestigious awards to prove it.
One program the Chippewa Falls Main Street has developed was the Self-paced Historical Walking Tour.

Leinenkugel's Historic Brewery Tour

For more information on Leinenkugels Call toll free (888) LEINIES
Reservations Recommended
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The Northern Wisconsin State Fair

The Northern Wisconsin Fair-over 105 years of fun in the Chippewa Valley. Last year over 70,000 people attended this wonderful fair. Exhibits include livestock, crafts, homemaking, education and outstanding 4-H displays. There is over a mile of carnival rides great food stands and other attractions. The FREE GRANDSTAND always consist of top name stars. (715)723-2861 Click Here for More Info

Pure Water Days

August
Sporting events, kids games and entertainment, parade
Contact: Chippewa Falls Chamber of Commerce 715-723-0331.
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