OPEN YEAR 'ROUND

..Shop in these history-filled stone buildings and let your imagination take you back 150 years to the days when German and Irish settlers were building the little community which is now Cedarburg, Wisconsin. Constructed in 1864 to manufacture woolen goods for the Union Army during the civil war, the solid stone structure is supported on the inside by durable tamarack posts and beams hauled by horse drawn wagons halfway across Wisconsin. The mill operated until 1969 before it was abandoned, to be purchased a few years later and restored to house shops and a winery, giving the old building a rebirth and a new way of life. It was awarded a place on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.