La Crosse Places

TripWhat's travel guide to La Crosse; our list of the best things to see, including Loggers Baseball, Hixon House and Pearl Street Brewery.
  • The best place in La Crosse: Loggers Baseball

    Loggers Baseball

    Tickets start at $4.. The local team plays at Copeland Park, also known as "The Lumber Yard."
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  • Hixon House

    Hixon House

    Corner of 7th and Badger Streets
    Open Memorial Day through Labor Day, 10AM-5PM daily. Admission is adults $8.50, kids $4.50, seniors $7.50. Formerly owned by one of La Crosse's lumber barons, Hixon is an Italianate house that reflects the Victorian style. A unique Turkish Nook and original furnishings make this house special.
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  • Pearl Street Brewery

    1401 Saint Andrew Street
    Tuesday-Friday 4-8:00 Saturday Noon-5:00. For an excellent time, visit the Pearl Street Brewery, located in a 100+ year old boot factory, this is one of Wisconsin's finest craft breweries. Live music by local and regional musicians is featured every Friday on their Happy Hour Stage and brewery tours take place each Saturday.
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  • City Brewery

    1111 S. 3rd Street
    Formerly known as the Heileman Brewery, City Brewery hosts the world's largest six-pack. Tours, which includes samples of some of their brews, are available on weekdays during the summer and on the weekends all year.
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  • The Rivoli Theatre

    117 N 4th Street
    Go see a movie at this unique dinner theater. The historic main theater features a grandiose decor and comfortable atmosphere. Lean back and catch a movie while enjoying one of their several draft beers and taking down a delicious pizza, made fresh to order. Admission is $4 for adults and $3 for students.
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EDIT THIS ITINERARY Our list of places in La Crosse uses some content from Wikipedia and Wikivoyage.