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Albany Attractions for your Wisconsin Getaway

Green County offers visitors an opportunity to explore their palates through the variety of local brews and famous cheese. You'll also find picturesque views and some great outdoor activities, along with unique shopping venues. The small-town ambiance of the area is just right for getting away from it all.

Green CountyBack to Top
The Green County tourism web site provides a complete list of area attractions. Find information on cheese stores, brewery tours, vineyards, bike trails, antique stores, restaurants, and more.

Amish StoresBack to Top

Our local Amish community includes a furniture store, bakery, and dry goods store, all within a few miles of Albany House.

Paoli Back to Top
This small community located about 10 miles north of New Glarus is one of our favorite spots for restaurants, art galleries, antique stores and specialty shops.

Magnolia Bluff Park Back to Top
Located about seven miles east of Albany, this park is the second highest point in the area offering hiking trails, a picnic area, and a terrific view of the surrounding farm land.

Golf CoursesBack to Top

There are at least four golf courses within a 10 to 30 minute drive from Albany House. Everything from a links type natural course to the elegant and challenging Legends.

Decatur Golf Course<
Edelweiss Chalet Country Club
Argu – ment Golf Course<
Legends at Bergamont

Ice Age TrailBack to Top

Stretching over 1200 miles through Wisconsin, the Ice Age trail follows generally the end moraines of the most recent glaciation. Several segments are within an easy drive from Albany House including the Sugar River Trail that goes from Brodhead, through Albany and Monticello to New Glarus.

For more information and maps go to

S&B TubingBack to Top

Located right on the Sugar River within walking distance of Albany House, S&B Tubing offers tube rental and shuttle service for a relaxing float down the river. Check it out at
Antique silverware at Albany House B&B
traditional farming style of Southern Wisconsin
famous cheeses of Wisconsin in Green County