Spring is here and that means plenty of outside activities are starting back up! Check out this list of things to do in Menomonie this Spring. Rain or shine, there is something for everyone here in Menomonie!
Spring means new beginnings, and here in Menomonie, it also means babies on the farm! Bring the whole family to see the farm babies at Govin`s Farm this spring.
2. Go Shopping in Downtown Menomonie
Get out and hit the streets of Menomonie to meander around downtown Menomonie. The downtown area offers plenty of unique stores, boutiques, and specialty shops to explore. From clothing and jewelry stores to gift shops and antique stores.
3. Walk the Red Cedar State Trail
As Menomonie defrosts from this long winter, take a stroll along the Red Cedar State Trail. The trail follows the Red Cedar River and passes by prairies, marshland bottoms, forests, and farmlands. While you walk, take in the sandstone bluffs and other unique rock formations.
4 Visit the Devil’s Punchbowl Preserve
Head down into the Devil’s Punchbowl Preserve to see the melting ice formations. This natural rock amphitheater features exposed rock, a waterfall, a creek, and forestry. This spot is one-of-a-kind and a must-see for every traveler to Menomonie.
5. View the Art Displayed at Acoustic Cafe
This March, Acoustic Cafe has an art display featuring local artist, Sherry Hagen. Her artwork is celebrating Women’s History Month. While checking out the art, grab a local favorite: a hoagie and a cup of soup from the cafe.
6. Explore the Russell J. Rassbach Heritage Museum
From special history exhibits to Fulton’s workshop, the Russell J. Rassbach Heritage Museum has something for everyone to enjoy. Learn about Menomonie’s unique history – from the lumber barons to Dunn County’s friendly communities of today.
7. Tour Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts
The Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts offers tours on Fridays and Saturdays from 12 pm – 3 pm. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Mabel is a charter member of the League of Historic American Theatres, and a designated Wisconsin Historical Marker Site. This 269-seat theater sits in the center of town and is the center of the arts community in Menomonie.