Crosse Area, interesting tidbits of information are always welcomed! Without further adieu, here are 15 of the most fun facts about Lax!
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The La Crosse Center welcomes and wow’s new guests with a new Entrance Hall Lobby featuring massive windows, modern design, and a grand staircase. An elevator and escalators are also available, leaving the facility accessible and easy to navigate.
The “Driftless” Region has a long, rich history that started long before the glaciers hit, causing our rolling hills and a natural playground. Learn a little more about what makes the great La Crosse Region the way it is today.
International Friendship Gardens, Riverside Park La Crosse enjoys thriving relationships with sister cities, business partners, students and people from around the world. To celebrate the success of these partnerships, and build a tribute to the culture and traditions of our worldwide friends, local volunteers have worked together to create the Riverside International Gardens in Riverside Park,… Read more »
La Crosse is known by locals as the place where three rivers meet… The superstar of these three rivers is the Mississippi, first made famous by Mark Twain and his novel, “Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.” La Crosse has a population of just more than 50,000 people, and is considered one of the main… Read more »
It’s summer in Wisconsin, which means you’re still on your first cup of coffee and the thermometer’s sailing past 80 on its way to 90. Don’t hide away in your a/c all day long–remember when it was still freezing in March and you were dreaming of these days? Here are a few of our favorite… Read more »
Historic Downtown La Crosse, WI Much more than your ordinary, quaint small-town Main Street, historic downtown La Crosse, Wisconsin, has so much to offer: unique shopping opportunities, fine dining, great entertainment venues, and a vibrant nightlife. Spend your day browsing at some of the region’s finest specialty shops, get a bite at any of several fine-dining establishments, and… Read more »