Appleton is one of the cities situated on the Fox River, 48 km southwest of Green Bay and 161 km north of Milwaukee, in the Wisconsin state. Is the county seat of Outagamie County.
Appleton is a charming, safe, friendly and beautiful Wisconsin town and the majesty of the Fox River is the principal postcard of tourism.
The city is also known because is where the famous magician Harry Houdini grew up.
Hotels and Resorts
CopperLeaf Hotel – designed for comfort and luxury, with furnishings and amenities more reflective of a gracious residence than a hotel.
Galleries and Design Shops
Avenue Art & Co – has a lot of art supplies to jewelry, pottery to prints, art consulting to picture framing or lamps to pillows.
Pullmans – Located on a bend in the Fox River lies the Fox Valley’s best kept secret. Specializing in seafood and specialty salads, Pullmans offers a majestic view of the river combined with great food and service.
Fratellos – Originally the Vulcan Hydroelectric Power Plant, the restaurant has a casual and spacious dining room with magnificent views of the Fox River.
The Trout Museum of Art’s – museum with a lot of activities that includes exhibitions, educational programming and special events such as the annual Art at the Park artist exhibitor festival, lectures, workshops, family fun days, and a biennial exhibit for local artists.
Agea Spa – a full service luxury day spa and salon.
Kerrigan Brothers Winery – winery with homemade wines and other treats.
Country Club Living
Butte des Morts Country Club – one of the finest private country clubs in Wisconsin.
Riverview Country ClubButte des Morts Country Club
Points of Interest
Hearthstone Historic House Museum – historic home in Appleton, that has been converted into a museum. In 1882 becomes the first residence in the world powered by a centrally located hydroelectric station using the Edison system.
Appleton Memorial Park