Treating their guests to something very special, when visiting The Wade House, if you want a fantastic, home cooked meal from the 1860’s then don’t miss out on Hearthside Dinners. Incredible smells of the 19th century will come to life as the stove, fireplace fires, seasons and foods fill the air preparing your meal as they did for stagecoach travelers during this fascinating time.
When participating in this wonderful event you will get a chance to help prepare the stagecoach era meal and you will learn about the foods that were served back then as well as how they were prepared. After the meal is prepared you will be able to enjoy the fruits your hard work in the Wade House dining room! What a treat for you to be a part of a fantastic time in history.
While staying with us at Hidden Serenity Bed and Breakfast, be sure to check their schedule and put this on your to-do list! It is an experience you will not forget.
Fun Wisconsin Fact: Sylvanus and Betsey Wade (of The Wade House) and their family were the first permanent settlers in Greenbush.