Visit the Museum of Wisconsin Art
Most people who come stay at our charming Wisconsin Bed and Breakfast are looking for a quiet escape from the city. Located just 35 minutes from the bustling metropolis of Milwaukee, our bed and breakfast is a quick and easy escape into another world. Here, you’ll find a world where the pace of life is slower, where your surroundings are quiet and peaceful, and where you can spend the time focusing on things that truly matter in life. An escape to the quiet solitude found at Hidden Serenity Bed and Breakfast is the perfect time to reflect and reconnect. While we believe these reasons alone are enough to draw you to our charming corner of Wisconsin, there are also some wonderful activities nearby to enjoy. For example, The Museum of Wisconsin Art, heralded as one of the top regional art museums in the country, is found just down the road in West Bend, Wisconsin. Book your stay at our luxurious Wisconsin Bed and Breakfast today, and experience a unique and special winter getaway at your home away from home.
The Museum of Wisconsin Art, which ultimately started in 1961 collecting works of Milwaukee-born, Munich-trained artist Carl von Marr (1858-1936), now features an extensive collection of art from contemporary Wisconsin artists. The Museum also home to a larger collection of historic Wisconsin art than other collection in the state. In April 2013, the Museum of Wisconsin Art opened a brand-new, state-of-the-art building to compliment it’s beautiful exhibits. This beautiful new structures boasts 12,000 square feet of gallery space, 7,000 square feet of facility rental space for special events, a gift shop that features Wisconsin-made items, as well as education studios and an outdoor sculpture garden. Current exhibits at the Museum of Wisconsin Art include the Wisconsin Artists Biennial, open to all artists currently residing in Wisconsin, The Rebellion of Systems photograph series by Laurel Lueders, Tom Bamberger’s OK, and a range of works from a new organization, the Wisconsin Pastel Artists. Starting next month, the museum will feature Precarious Possessions by renowned glassmaker Beth Lipman of Sheboygan Falls. One piece of this collection, called Sideboard with Blue China, will be making its Wisconsin debut at the Museum of Wisconsin art, before it heads out on national tour. The Museum of Wisconsin Art also collaborates with lakefront community Saint John’s On The Lake to produce MOWA On The Lake, which features four exhibits every year in an effort to further awareness and appreciate of the beautiful art produced in Wisconsin.
After a day filled with exploring the magnificent artwork found at the Museum of Wisconsin Art, return to restful solitude at our luxuriously appointed Wisconsin Bed and Breakfast. Unwind in our tastefully decorated rooms, each filled with special creature comforts, such as antique fireplaces, and in one case a relaxing jacuzzi tub, followed the next morning by our tantalizing gourmet breakfasts. Whatever it is that you desire on a winter getaway to our Wisconsin Bed and Breakfast, we look forward to your stay, and in sharing our quiet corner of the world with you.