Things to Do

Attractions and Tours

John Muir Nature and History Route

Explore Marquette County on the John Muir Nature and History Route! The route takes you throughout the county and has 22 stops.

Click here to learn more about the route. 

You can also use the QR reader on your smartphone to scan the QR code on the sign at each site to learn more about that stop on the route!

Montello Walking Tour

Take a stroll around Montello and learn more about the history of the city.

Click here for a link to the self-guided walking tour

 

Barn Quilts and Murals

 

Nearly forty barn quilts and murals can be viewed from quaint village streets and lovely country back roads. Pick up a trail map at any of six county libraries in Packwaukee, Neshkoro, Montello, Westfield, Endeavor, or Oxford or at local businesses. You can also visit www.barnquiltsandmurals.com to download a map and to read the stories about the barns, the quilts, the murals and the people who made them happen.

Breezy Hollow Farm

A fall favorite located north of Montello at W4146 12th Rd, Breezy Hollow Farms offers fun for the family. Visit the pumpkin patch, play games, or go through the corn maze. Check out their Facebook page here. 

Montello Movie Theatre

Located at 34 E. Montello St., step back into time in a building constructed in the late 19th century. Known as the Old Opera House, the Montello Movie Theater came to be in the 1950s. Today, you can still enjoy a movie but first, visit the walk-up window for popcorn, slush puppies, soda or nachos!
Discount movies & popcorn, enjoy a movie night everyone can afford! Click here for Facebook page.

Artesian Well

People come from miles around to take water home from the artesian well that runs year-round on Pioneer Park Road in Westfield. Bring some jugs and fill up!

 

The Big Tree

Located on Underwood Ave. (Hwy. 23), just west of downtown Montello, this Eastern Cottonwood is currently registered as the seventh largest tree in Wisconsin. There is an area where you can pull off to view the tree, but please respect the private property that it grows on.