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Wisconsin Cranberry Discovery Center


About Us:-

The Wisconsin Cranberry Discovery Center is your ultimate guide to cranberries and a must-see destination in the Midwest. The recently redesigned museum features interactive information all about the cranberry industry and history of Wisconsin cranberries. Do you know what Wisconsin’s No. 1 fruit crop is? The cranberry, of course.

Cranberries have been grown commercially in Wisconsin for more than 150 years. That’s a lot of history for one tiny berry, and by visiting the Cranberry Discovery Center, you can see the history come to life through videos, storyboards and historic exhibits. After a fun-filled day packed with cranberries, be sure to visit the Taste Test Kitchen and Ice Cream Parlor to satisfy your taste buds.

Our one-of-a-kind center is located at the historic Union Cranberry Warehouse in Downtown Warrens. Make sure to stop by on your journey through Wisconsin or make a day trip to the museum. For more information, see our brochure. We hope to see you soon!


Shawn Glaser

Tuesday, May 29, 2018
This is a great place to learn about cranberries and buy anything cranberry related. Beer, wine, salsa, soap, and dried cranberries to name a few. My kids and I really enjoyed the different cranberry ice cream that we got there. They sell it by the scoop or by the flight. I have to also say that the staff there was great. They were very helpful in explaining the differences between the products and answering any questions we had.

Hoosier INKY

Thursday, June 14, 2018
Loved the exhibit and seeing the video about growing and harvest of cranberries. Gift shop is nice and cranberry ice cream at the parlor was yummy on a hot day.

Joyce Cottrell

Sunday, June 24, 2018
Very informative place to visit, thourghly enjoyed this place and the ice cream was wonderful

Deepthi Herga

Sunday, Oct. 22, 2017
This is a good stop to learn more about cranberries. They have samples of various flavoured dried cranberries (orange, blueberry, raspberry, pomegranate), cranberry salsa, mustard and even cranberry wine. You can buy all these and also buy scoops of cranberry ice cream. Good experience :)

Craig Christopher

Monday, July 3, 2017
Unique shop and Museum. Very educational regarding cranberry farming and harvesting. Staff was super friendly and helpful. Museum is interesting, but the real attractions are the unusual (mostly home and artisan made) cranberry products for sale, and the beautiful cranberry glass collection - some items over 100 years old. It's worth a trip to see the glass and buy a $4.00 pint of cranberry jam.

Wisconsin Cranberry Discovery Center is not affiliated with AmericanTowns Media